Military training and studies build leadership traits and skills that are useful in the worlds of business and academia.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) May 15, 2014
As a teenager, John Medley embarked on the journey of his lifetime when becoming a fighting finance noncommissioned officer in the US Army.
Now a retired sergeant major with 32 years of service, Medley has successfully adapted his training and education to benefit him in overcoming a plethora of problematic circumstances and situations outside of the military.
In his latest book, “Journey of Perseverance and Accomplishments,” Medley harnesses his soldierly background to provide insight and guidance to readers in all varieties of leadership roles both in military and civilian positions.
“Military training and studies build leadership traits and skills that are useful in the worlds of business and academia,” said Medley.
By taking readers inside the workings of military finance operations and life in the civilian worlds of business, civil service and academia, Medley is able to connect with readers while providing essential and applicable leadership skills that embolden inspiring leaders to adapt to new situations, people and ideas and utilize the benefits that all have to offer.
“Journey of Perseverance and Accomplishments”
By: John S. Medley
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse
About the author
John Medley, PhD, retired from the US Army as a decorated sergeant major. He is a certified public accountant, defense financial manager, government financial manger and chartered global management accountant. Medley holds an MBA and PhD in administration and management. Medley resides in Indiana with his wife.
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