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Career Transition/Outplacement

Yes,You Can: Overcoming Mount Everest

6 April, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
The hardest part of change is to take an action that runs counter to your beliefs, experience or, even more challenging, your basic nature. Over a broad range of industries facing radical transformation such as the print and broadcast media sector and healthcare, the pressure on executives who are dealing with this type of change […] Read more»

The Art, Benefit of Hiring Former Military Officers

31 March, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
One thing the military does better than Harvard, Yale, Wharton or Kellogg schools of business, is teach leadership.  The Pentagon invests more per capita on leadership training than perhaps any US corporation, save GE. “After you strip away the rank, the uniform and the saluting,” said a Navy Captain who was responsible for a large […] Read more»

Find Your Right Career Lane

23 March, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Parents offer great advice if we will only listen. Be yourself. Don’t try to be someone you aren’t, was a frequent admonition during my growing up years. I suspect many of you heard those exact words or something similar. There is a connection between that advice from our parents and how we approach our career.  […] Read more»