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On today’s episode, Joe Crane talks about Teaching Military Leadership Methods to Civilians with Marine Veteran Garth Massey. Garth is a 21-year veteran in the Marine Corps, and is currently a battalion commander in California. In 2008, he founded a company that’s set to helping marines and professionals succeed in different areas of their lives. Tune in to this exciting episode!Training for Victory
Garth has transitioned the critical leadership skills taught to our military designed to ensure our nation is ready to win battles in every environment and transformed them for the current business culture.
His methodology has been applied across industries from healthcare to construction, video gaming to manufacturing. Providing workshops and development programs for companies looking to prepare for the future, develop their teams and have a little fun.On Active Duty
Garth started in the infantry in 1995. He spent about four years on a hardship tour in Hawaii, and joined the reserve force by 2001.
While looking for things to do, Garth did his first job in the civilian side. He even became one of the first responders in the 9/11 attack. He’s still in the reserve force and serves as the battalion commander in Pasadena, California.Taking the Leap
Garth shares how several of his officers return home from serving overseas only to find changes in the jobs they previously had. Sometimes there are new opportunities that open up.
According to him, this is why the battalion is trying to tie veterans with opportunities when they return. A number are looking for ways to transition.
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