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Move Out: The Insider's Guide for Military Leaders
Move Out: The Insider's Guide for Military Leaders


 
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-9840749-0-7
Author: Colonel Jo B. Rusin, U.S. Army (Retired)


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The Screamer. The Weasel. The Know-It-All. Do you know how to survive a work environment that is dominated by these boss archetypes? Do you know where your career is headed? Do you know how to organize yourself to meet this goal? Do you know how to recruit your colleagues to your cause and create solid allies in your workplace? Do you know how to handle “problem subordinates”? Move Out explains all this and much more. This leader handbook is the product of years of first hand experience and a keen eye for observation. This book reveals the tips, tricks, and insider knowledge that will help you unlock your true career potential in the field of military leadership. Colonel Rusin illustrates her points with numerous examples in her signature style of spot-on explanation. Move Out is a great read and an invaluable cornerstone of any military leader’s library.

“Colonel (Ret) Jo Rusin passionately believes that young military leaders should take charge of their career. She skillfully develops a comprehensive strategy, based on leadership, mentorship and knowledge, that you will rarely find in official military publications. This book is a must read for junior leaders.”
—John G Meyer Jr, Major General (Ret) US Army and author of Company Command, The Bottom Line
“Colonel (Ret) Jo Rusin captures the essence of leadership and provides exceptional mentorship for leaders. Her examples cut to the core of leadership and team development! This book condenses career leadership lessons into a quick and motivating read! A must read for all leaders!”
—Mark Gerecht, Command Sergeant Major (Ret) US Army and author of The Mentor and The Evaluator

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5 of 5 very good book April 9, 2020
Reviewer: Odd Pedestrian (Amazon Review)  
Author shares numerous scenarios and experiences throughout the book. I found it to be a good read much better than what is taught at the Structural Self Development level. Surviving Bad Bosses is my favorite chapter and the boss that runs in "guns blazing" when there is a problem seems like the one im always stuck with.

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5 of 5 Gift for new Officer April 9, 2020
Reviewer: JMcLaughlin (Amazon Review)  
Book is excellent and provides some great real-life advice. It is geared more twords NCOs but any leader, to include officers, will greatly benefit from the knowledge.

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