Four Functions of Management

The Purpose I spend my days helping military Veterans translate their military experience into the language of ‘Civilian’. The majority of those I help are project managers and want to continue this work in the CIVDIV following their end-of-service. However, learning the art of translating your military experience into Civilian doesn’t stop at the boundary

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Green Is Not The New Black

Managing expectations is an important process during a military transition – not to mention life in general. This is not to make a statement for or against a sense of optimism and positive thinking, but to provide a strategic lens for decision making as you begin to look for new opportunities, engage in professional networking,

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Networking – The Follow-up

In a recent post, Joey Eisenzimmer outlined many good tips on networking. You can see that post here. I will focus on the final step – the follow-up. At the college I attended, networking was very important. Being a school in Manhattan, there were multiple networking events every week, many with financial services companies (banks,

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Always Be Connecting!

The Dots That Is… The Challenge. According to a year-old article on Defense One, What Americans Don’t Understand About Their Own Military, about only 3 to 4% of the US population serves in the military/industrial complex. That means Veterans leaving the service have a slim chance that the person across the desk interviewing them will

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