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Magazine | Works of Honor

Rich offers insights about veterans in the civilian workplace.
Michael offers insights about veteran talent in the civilian workplace.
The New Year always brings a reexamination of your current and future career aspirations.  Make 2020 a year of focus, determination, upskilling, and creating multiple, independent options for your ong
"Is there a leader in your group who has the intensity, referent power and legacy leadership that Tom Brady conveys? Is there someone in your organization who you yearn to follow or be like?
Amy Davis shares her story and experience as a military spouse, and offers insights and advice to other military spouses.
Guy Elder shares his experience and offers insights to what veterans bring to civilian business.
"Anytime a leader is celebrated more than those they lead and anytime a leader creates a cult of their infallible behavior, there are clear storms clouds of trouble and inconsistency."
Dan Morgan shares his experience and offers insights and advice to other veterans and civilian business leaders.
As Cruse states, "R.Riveter doesn't hire military spouses to make handbags. We make handbags to hire military spouses and create a greater sense of mission."

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