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.
Since leaving the military I have noticed places like the VA and companies that say the support veterans do not hire veterans as m...
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.
My new employer wants a cancelled check to initiate my direct deposit, but I haven't written a check in years. Plus I can't seem t...
“Wingin’ it!” might be the best answer for your next social meal, but not the best response to this critical interview question. Check out Chazz Pratt’s advice on how to leverage your military experience when answering the question, “What is your process for making decisions?”
Teaching is an integral part of being a successful professional in any industry. Featured Contributor, Chad Storlie shares how military veterans have incredible experience as teachers.
Your military training can help you create career options for your success. In his latest post, new Community Contributor Chad Storlie shares the military concept of how looking at four ways to complete a plan can be used for your civilian career.
Do you interview in order to win, or to be the best? Some things to think about.
One of the many things companies look for is someone who can work well with others towards a mutual goal. How well you're able to collaborate offer clues as to how you might fit into an organization. How prepared are you in answering questions about teamwork?