What are the five key words you now use to characterize the vision of your own transition? What is your mission? At the Pentagon, if it takes you one paragraph to state your mission intent, then it means that you have not visualized — nor do you truly understand — your mission. What is your “Intent?” What is your “Framework?” How does the final picture look, when you succeed? What is your measurement of mission success?
In his latest podcast, Fred Coon, CEO at Stewart, Cooper & Coon, interviews Lt. Colonel, Ret. Jason Roncoroni, CEO of Ordinary Hero Coaching about how to write your “Commander’s intent for the Mission of Transition to the civilian sector of the U.S. economy”.
About the Guest:
Jason started Ordinary Hero Coaching because he loves working with military and veteran leaders. His unique approach challenges clients to explore their authenticity, cross the civil-military cultural divide with confidence, and repurpose their leadership experience into a more empowering – and more successful – role beyond the military. He believes that the military experience was preparation for an even more meaningful life as a veteran. When military leaders transition from the service, society asks them to be ordinary, but Jason believes that every veteran has the potential to be hero.
Stewart Cooper & Coon specializes in career transition services for senior-level military decisions makers and government agency employees by assisting candidates in locating companies who welcome both their leadership and organizational talents.