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Team communication, professionalism, the importance of measuring success, and learning how to improve the organization are all important lessons that the Tuskegee Airman teach to business today.
Being a great follower and leading by example are the first steps to being a great leader. Even though you may not be “in charge” you can still be a great leader by being a great follower.
Do you know the most recognized starter question for almost every interview? Nail this and you can set the right tone for the entire interview!
If you’re about to leave military service and wondering what the civilian work world looks like, this is the place to connect with people. Here are 5 tips for maximizing LinkedIn.
Military Values such as respect, a good attitude, polite humor and an overwhelming desire to accomplish the mission make military skills invaluable in the workplace. Every day you should bring these skills and others to make you better, more engaged, and a more productive team member.
In the military, Commander’s, friends, and subordinates all helped develop your professional military skills. Remember that advice from your military mentors in your post-military career.
Leader or Follower? Do you know when to flip the switch? Is your military definition of these hindering your interview success? Let’s take a deeper look into the very important interview question that reveals how versatile you can be when working with others.
Volunteering is great work and makes communities better. Be an effective volunteer by bringing the military skills of planning, leadership, safety and others to make the volunteer organization’s results more effective.