Women Veterans Are More Than Twice As Likely to Be Unemployed 6 Months After Their Service Than Men. Here's How 'Call of Duty' Is Working to Change That -- and How You Can Help, Too.
Dan Goldenberg, Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment, explains the crisis of veteran underemployment and unemployment and explains what we can all do to help.
He Decided to Join the Marines on 9/11 and Deployed 3 Times. Now, the Leadership Tactics He Learned Are Helping Him Grow a Spooky Business.
Lance Zaal, veteran founder of U.S. Ghost Adventures, is determined to take his business to the next level — and give back to the world along the way.
Since serving in Afghanistan, I've had time to reflect on what I learned about leadership during my eight years in the infantry. Many battlefield lessons are irrelevant or counterproductive to business, but here are a few that have proved invaluable.
Thinking like a Marine can help you succeed as an Entrepreneur. Here's why.
After Her Brother's Death in Iraq Became News, a PR Strategist Learned Firsthand Why the Way We Tell Stories Matters — and It Changed Her Career
Ami Neiberger, a communications strategist and media-relations expert for more than 20 years, says there's a "fine line to walk" when it comes to sharing our most vulnerable moments.
Lessons from the life of World War II D-Day commander and U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower that will fuel your own achievement.
She Protected the President's Life Before She Opened a Fitness Center. Here's How She Deals With Imposter Syndrome.
She Coleman owns a location of The Camp Transformation Center, and her journey through multiple male-dominated industries has taught her a lot about strength.
As a past military leader myself, many of the biggest lessons I've learned about employee wellbeing come from my time in the army. Today, I'll share them with you.
There are lessons in the Japanese sneak attack that brought the U.S. into a war and world leadership.
Leading troops into battle or employees in the workforce require the same core leadership skills in pursuit of your mission.
You'll be more productive if you adopt this way of thinking.
The skills they developed in the military are highly transferrable to the civilian sector.
Five things you'll never hear veteran entrepreneurs say, and how they're uniquely poised to take advantage of overlooked business opportunities.