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    November 10, 2013

    Management Advice From Veterans Who Made The Corporate Transition

    Do your part to help our Veterans succeed.

    Many private sector companies actively seek out Ex-Military Officers to fill employment opportunities. They hire them into their leadership programs and management positions with a great deal of confidence that they will bring a unique skill set and accelerated management experience to strengthen their organization. These individuals can walk into a leadership or management role, learn quickly, make decisions and move forward with confidence. Their transition, however, can be personally challenging due to...Continue reading

    By Dan WoodsPosted in Military Officer Transition on November 10, 2013

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    April 16, 2013

    Making a Successful Transition: Tips for Military Officers

    An Interview with Tom Wolfe, author, columnist, career coach, veteran, and an expert in the field of military-to-civilian career transition.

    By Dan Woods, VP & COO ManagingAmericans.com I recently had the opportunity to visit with Tom Wolfe, an expert in the field of military-to-civilian career transition.  Tom discussed his own transition experience, as well as tips and insights that help define a successful transition for Military Officers looking to make the move into civilian careers.  Tom has over 25 years experience helping to bridge the gap from separation to integration for our Veterans.  He was kind enough to...Continue reading

    By Dan WoodsPosted in Military Officer Transition on April 16, 2013

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    March 14, 2013

    Reality Check: Overcoming Challenges JMO’s Face Entering the Private Sector

    8 Insights & Tips to Help Make Your Transition a Successful One

    By Dan Woods, VP & COO ManagingAmericans.com If you are reading this, chances are you recently made a transition from the Military or are thinking about making one in the near future.  Either way, thank you for your tremendous service.  It is my hope that this resource provides some insight that is helpful in your transition.   I wish I could reassure you that your transition will be easy, however, looking back on my own career, having made the very same transition, as well as...Continue reading

    By Dan WoodsPosted in Military Officer Transition on March 14, 2013

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    November 4, 2012

    Six Steps Managers Need To Follow When Hiring Junior Military Officers

    Make sure you are prepared: a successful transition for your employee is a successful hire for your team.

    Many private sector companies actively seek out Junior Military Officers to fill employment opportunities. They hire them into their leadership programs and management positions with a great deal of confidence that they will bring a unique skill set and accelerated management experience to strengthen their organization. These individuals can walk into a leadership or management role, learn quickly, make decisions and move forward with confidence. Their transition, however, can be personally challenging due...Continue reading

    By Lisa WoodsPosted in Military Officer Transition on November 4, 2012

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    June 8, 2012

    Top 10 Mistakes Transitioned Military Officers Make in Their New Private Careers

    Learn from those who transitioned before you!

    1.   I know it all - You have been taught to maintain a “command presence” and be in charge at all times which includes showing zero hesitation or doubt in leadership decisions even if all the details are not clear to you.  In the world you come from this embodies leadership and confidence to accomplish the mission.  However, in the private sector, this comes across as a “know it all”.  You must be willing to embrace that you are in a new world and be open...Continue reading

    By Lisa WoodsPosted in Military Officer Transition on June 8, 2012

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