I Help Organizations Develop Strong Women Leaders

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Many companies would like to hire more women veterans but aren't sure how to fully capitalize on their unique skills.

Bridging the cultural gap is too critical to be left to chance.

I Can Help



With a Masters in Human Behavior, a Ph.D. in Psychology, and a distinct focus on personal and positive leadership, I know what motivates high achievers and exactly what it takes to keep them engaged.

The Goal

1. Onboard

Equip new women veteran employees to successfully integrate into the company culture and add value to all workforce development programs.

2. Educate

Train current employees on how to successfully team with women veterans.

 

3. Develop

Provide leadership training specifically designed to capitalize on the unique skills of women veterans.

Why It Matters

You are a mission-driven organization that knows the value of hiring talented leaders.

But the secrets to successfully onboard, integrate, and retain women veterans can seem elusive.

As a twenty-year veteran, I understand the challenge women veterans face in finding a organization that understands how to immediately capitalize on their unique skills and talents while learning a new industry.

And as a personal and positive leadership expert, I know how important it is for companies to develop professionals who can lead themselves first, then bring out the best in others.

 

How We Can Work Together

Consulting

Assessment of current practices.

Design new initiatives.

Development of ongoing training.

Speaking

Keynotes or breakout sessions for conferences, training days, or annual training.

Facilitating

Workshops for managers, veterans, or non-veteran employees

Round table discussions of the executive board.

Executive retreats.

3 Mistakes HR Directors Make When Hiring Female Veterans

Veterans have unique skills, talents, and experiences. Know what to expect and how to help them enhance your organization.

Hiring Women Veterans

I specialize in helping companies hire, train, retain, and promote more women veterans.

As a 20-year Naval Officer, I understand the challenges women veterans face in transitioning from one corporate culture to another and how to capitalize on their skills and talents.

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