While Command is uniquely military, the concepts of leadership, management and communication remain relevant to all. Within the JPME Continuum, there is a structured and progressive development system that supports ongoing improvement in each of these areas. Time is afforded for our newest personnel to establish their own organisational skills. While this stage is referred to as Lead Self, there are aspects of peer influence that transcend across to other areas such as bystander intervention. As Defence personnel progress up the learning levels, they accept greater responsibility for their followers. This advancement comes with a growth in leadership style. Earlier stages will be more transactional but will soon evolve into transformational approaches. As with all sub-elements of Social Mastery, influence is intertwined with the other three.