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Episode 93 – Long-Term Business Success
At Cameron-Brooks we believe, amidst this global crisis, that quality leadership is more important than ever. So we will continue to post our regular podcasts to educate potential transitioning military officers. You are the future leaders Corporate America will need. This episode features Porsche Wilson. Porsche transitioned to Corporate America from the Army in 2009 … Continue reading “Episode 93 – Long-Term Business Success”
Telecommuting? Top Tips on Working from Home.
In light of recent world events, COVID-19 has drastically shaped how businesses operate. Much of the American work force is now telecommuting / working from home to support social distancing, so the “typical work day” no longer feels “typical”. The DoD has also followed suit in support of the working from home model. Going from … Continue reading “Telecommuting? Top Tips on Working from Home.”
Episode 92 – The Military to Business Transition Doesn’t Have to Be Risky
Military to business transition doesn’t have to be risky — especially if you have the right partner who knows how to make the transition successfully. However, it does require one to step outside of your comfort zone. Cameron-Brooks Alumnus, Mike Burns, is a former Navy Nuclear Surface Warfare Officer who made the successful transition in … Continue reading “Episode 92 – The Military to Business Transition Doesn’t Have to Be Risky”
Episode 91 – Consulting Careers for Military Officers – What it Takes
Welcome back! On this episode of Above and Beyond, I interview Hunter Barns. Hunter is a former Navy Submariner who transitioned into a Senior Business Analyst role (one of several possible consulting careers for military officers) at Kearney, a global management consulting firm in 2014. Hunter launched his career as a consultant focused mostly on … Continue reading “Episode 91 – Consulting Careers for Military Officers – What it Takes”
Episode 90 – How a Successful JMO Career Search is Similar to Hiking
Late last year, LinkedIn published the Veteran Opportunity Report with some concerning statistics. Around 33% of veterans report being underemployed and 70% describe taking a step backward in responsibility when moving to the business world from the military. The number one reason this occurs is that many companies do not understand the value veterans bring … Continue reading “Episode 90 – How a Successful JMO Career Search is Similar to Hiking”