We Care About Veterans: LaMarsh Global Kicks Off 2015 Committed to Community Campaign
LaMarsh Global’s first annual, yearlong specific Committed to Community Campaign is We Care About Veterans.
The efforts officially kick-off with Managed Change™ Agent Certification for Veterans, a customized change management learning event on March 16 and 17 in Washington D.C. that will help military personnel and veterans successfully transition from military to civilian status.
Throughout 2015, LaMarsh Global will continue to offer this significant military discount for US Military Active Duty, Reserve and National Guard members, retirees, and those who have recently been honorably discharged from military service to become Certified Change Agents in our Managed Change™ Methodology. In addition, LaMarsh Global will also grant four scholarships to qualified Veterans to earn advanced certification as a Master of Managed Change®.
Most importantly, the change management learning programs will be facilitated by myself, a USAF retired and Senior Consultant at LaMarsh Global, and are designed to help veterans further their professional development and create personal strategies and plans to manage their transitions to a civilian lifestyle. Veterans completing our workshops will be able to leverage our Managed Change™ approach, process, and tools to the many changes they face during their transitions and will have the opportunity to earn Managed Change™ Agent Certification and Master of Managed Change® Certification.
LaMarsh Global is asking that all those interested in learning more about our exclusive change management learning and scholarship programs for veterans visit our community page.
MORE About Deborah Morrison and LaMarsh Global
Deborah Morrison is a Director of Consulting Services at LaMarsh Global and a military retiree. Deborah served over 22 years in the United States Air Force. During her career, MSGT (retired) Morrison was an Aerospace Ground Equipment Mechanic, the Director of Education at an NCO Professional Military Education Academy and served as a First Sergeant in multiple squadrons. Following a successful military career, Deborah made a bumpy yet successful transition to the civilian world where she was able to transfer the training, discipline, work ethic, skills and experiences she gained on active duty into manufacturing environments, process improvement efforts, organization effectiveness opportunities and in building leadership development programs for civilians. Deborah is committed to helping other veterans not only make their own successful transition to the civilian workforce but to make their own personal transition to a successful and fulfilling post-military quality of life.