January 21, 2016

Too Busy to Read?

President Harry Truman once said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” Based on an article I recently read, my guess is that Retired USMC General James Mattis, former Commander of US Central Command, completely agrees with President Truman. General Mattis once sent an email to a colleague responding to an inquiry … Continue reading “Too Busy to Read?”

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December 1, 2014

JMO Feedback :: November 2014 Career Conference

After every Career Conference, we ask the JMOs who participated to give us specific feedback on their overall experience in the Cameron-Brooks program.  We do this to ensure that we are constantly evaluating our program, which enables us to provide a valuable service, both to the Military Officers and the Client Companies with whom we … Continue reading “JMO Feedback :: November 2014 Career Conference”

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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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December 29, 2009

The Alchemist and the JMO

The Guiding Principles of Cameron-Brooks state that we believe in the hopes, dreams and goals of all we serve. Having finished reading The Alchemist this morning, I not only believe the book is closely linked to our Guiding Principles, but also see its value for all those who live their dreams by making major changes in their lives.

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