Top HR Exec Shares How Veterans Can Succeed in Corporate America

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HR Exec shares how Veterans can succeed in corporate

Your military experience – and certainly your military achievements – will aid you in your corporate journey. But is there a secret to succeeding? And can you expect to just do a lateral move from the responsibilities you had in the military to corporate?

Depends.

Our guest on The Military Wire is Brian Jenkins. Considered a national HR leader, Brian graduated from Cornell and Pepperdine, has worked at some top tier companies like HP and Texas Instruments, and his HR experience ranges from large (HP, 350K employees) and medium (TI, 30K employees) companies to the small (WageWorks, 2k employees) and emerging companies.

There aren’t many issues Brian hasn’t faced or experienced in his HR people management experience.  He’s supported businesses through growth and difficult/reducing phases, including issues around change management.

And what he’s recognized through all his experience is the value Veterans bring – as well as some of the common hang-ups to Veterans succeeding.

In this episode, you’ll hear Brian share how Veterans can leverage their experience and knowledge to truly succeed in corporate.

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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