Feature Stories

"Old habits are hard to break, so let’s run down a few Do’s and Don’ts for your first civilian interview."
"So, it becomes a balance of power. A fine balance between situational leadership and the task at hand, with power being the fulcrum to it all."
The second part of a two part story.
The first part of a two part story.
Carla shares her experience as a USMC spouse and provides inspiration to her fellow military spouses.
"It is very helpful as a follower to know that our leader is there for us; if we need to bring a problem to him, we will know that he will be there to help us."
"You may be well outside your comfort zone, but that just means you need to be more engaged, active, and involved with your employees."
“Managers are people who do things right and leaders are people who do the right thing.” -Warren Bennis, 1985
"As a military child I first learned how to deal with different types of people and how to deal with order." -Shaquille O'Neal
Jason Roncoroni is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army and a professional coach. He is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation.

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