Military Ideals That Can be Leveraged in Business and Life
In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews returning guest Martin Plumlee, Nashville Equity Partner at Career Partners International. Martin is also the Founder and Managing Principal at Plumlee & Associates LLC. He has been working in the Human Resources, Search/Talent Management field for over 11 years.
Episode 30 of Impact Teams Radio talked about the leadership philosophies being done right now by guest Martin Plumlee. Martin said West Point Academy has shaped him in many ways that what he learned from it, he implemented in his leadership approach. He said that the mission of West Point is to create leaders for a lifetime of service. He said that he carried the ideals of this to his approach in life and in professional services training. He said that it is a very high standard to live up to, but it is a very fulfilling one. Martin explained that the culture in West Point is partly what led him to executive recruiting. He also said the uniqueness of recruiting people and help them better their career is what truly motivated Martin to join the industry. Martin also explained how he managed to transition from a structured environment like GE and the Army to a more entrepreneurial venture like running his own business. He said that it was partly due to circumstance and timing but mostly about having great relationships in Nashville. He said that it was a calculated roll of the dice.
Martin also explained that the Army has thought him well in terms of time management, personal discipline, customer impact assessment, prioritizing skills and all other things necessary for a leader to succeed. He also said that being focused and goal oriented is another ideal that the Army has drilled into his core. Listen to this week’s episode as
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