What does it mean to be you after that uniform comes off? And how do you even start defining your own personal brand? In this episode of The Military Wire, Dianne DeSevo, Global Chief Human Resources for one of the top global branding companies, shares how you define and build your brand after your military service.

Dianne is no stranger to helping companies (and individuals) build their brands. Today, with The Engine Group – a global creative media and marketing company – Dianne continues to help global companies “brand” their identities. And those same techniques and strategies work for individuals.

Prior to The Engine, she served as Vice President of Human Resources at Disney ABC Television and Director of Human Resources at Time Warner.

Dianne DeSevo
Global HR Expert talks branding after Military service

To learn more about The Engine Group, visit their website.

To reach out to Dianne, ping her on Linkedin and just let her know you heard about her on The Military Wire.

Author Biography
Michael Schindler, Navy veteran, former software executive and currently CEO of Operation Military Family, is a guest writer for several national publications, author of the book “Operation Military Family: How Military Couples are Fighting to Preserve Their Marriages” and “The Military Wire” blog.

He is also a frequent contributor on FOX Q-13 as well as a popular keynote and workshop speaker who reaches thousands of service members and their families every year in an effort to enrich and strengthen the military relationships. His book, Operation Military Family, endorsed by great Americans like Gen. Tommy Franks and Pete Chiarelli, continues to be a sought-out resource by licensed professionals and military families across the United States.

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