September 23, 2014

Incorporating Evernote into the Cameron-Brooks Reading Program

I recently wrote a blog post focused on the importance of the Cameron-Brooks Reading Program. Our Reading Program is designed to educate military officers on business topics, providing ideas and concepts that will allow them to be more effective and helping to prepare them for a transition to Corporate America. I consistently hear great feedback … Continue reading “Incorporating Evernote into the Cameron-Brooks Reading Program”

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September 17, 2014

Can a JMO Prepare Too Much for Interviewing?

Interviewing has evolved since Roger Cameron first taught JMOs how to succeed in a competency-based/behavioral interview where recruiters conduct a formal interview asking a prepared list of interview questions.  Today, most interviews are conducted in a conversational style where recruiters engage in a two-way dialogue with the candidate.  Recruiters tell me they do this because … Continue reading “Can a JMO Prepare Too Much for Interviewing?”

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September 10, 2014

Why Read?

At the end of every Cameron-Brooks Career Conference, we seek feedback from those military officers (soon-to-be business leaders) with whom we partner regarding their experience with Cameron-Brooks.  One thing we ask, in particular, is for officers to define the aspects of the Cameron-Brooks Development and Preparation Program (DPP) that they found particularly valuable or helpful. … Continue reading “Why Read?”

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September 4, 2014

Why You Lead Determines How Well You Lead

I recently came across an article from Harvard Business Review I thought I would share on this blog.  The article discusses a study examining the various reasons why individuals want to be leaders and how those reasons translate into how effective a leader they will be.   There are many reasons as to why someone … Continue reading “Why You Lead Determines How Well You Lead”

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