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Eric “Doc” Wright, PhD helps military veterans achieve meaningful, lucrative post-service careers. Why? Because his own transition was long and dark. In fact, it almost killed him! And, because after 8 years in uniform and 20+ in business, he has figured out what Corporate America needs to see a veteran sound like, look like, and
Regardless of the length of your military service, you received tens of thousands of dollars of high-tech, hands-on formal and on-the-job training in your military occupation, leadership, and followership. Upon this bedrock, you developed the ability to perform in high-performing teams, model values, manage schedules, budgets, scopes, lead others, and demonstrate resilience, perseverance, responsibility, accountability,
The HIRE Vets Medallion Award is the only federal-level veterans’ employment award that recognizes a company or organization’s commitment to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development. HIRE Vets Medallion Award recipients are recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor for hiring veterans. The Award signals your commitment to veteran hiring and retention, letting potential applicants and
This article addresses the old chicken-egg SNCO|JMO|SMO argument!
Military Members and Veterans are adept at responding to rapid change, assembling and coaching high-performing teams, and conducting continuous improvement the entire time.
Even though project management represents a meaningful, lucrative post-Service career many Veterans already qualify for, it is rarely mentioned in TAP classes; to the extreme detriment of our transitioning Members and Veterans.
In only 3 years, Vets2PM has placed 392 Veteran PMs into 283 companies; all with average starting salaries of $90K!
As the old military saying goes, “each one teach one”. Teaching, coaching and developing others is a talent that military members and veterans excel at.
Breaking down how conducting a military mission equates to managing a project; aside from the shooting.