Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Transitioning From the Military to the Civilian World Requires New Skill Sets

Eileen Terry of Eileen Terry Consulting and client Lyle Forcum, a retired USMC lieutenant colonel, talked on BlogTalkRadio show about transitioning from the military to post-military careers.

Eileen explained the different types of skill sets required in a command environment (the military) and in a collaborative environment (civilian life). Lyle was eloquent in describing, for example, how he had to learn to listen to people's opinions -- including those of his own children -- in order to succeed in a non-military environment.

Visit Eileen's website to learn more and then listen to the interview to hear some very insightful advice.

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