From Tour of Duty to Board Meeting: Successfully Transform Your Professional Identity

Sunday, September 26 12:00 AM - 1:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location: ASIS Career HQ

Event Information

Title: From Tour of Duty to Board Meeting: Successfully Transform Your Professional Identity


When your selfless service ends and you decide to make the leap to public or private sector security, you will need a deliberate approach, a robust network, and the current tools necessary to make a successful transition to your new professional chapter. Explore proven methodologies in maximizing service experiences to illustrate your value at the highest level. Hear from a multinational panel of industry experts who will offer comprehensive and relevant advice necessary in preparing for the next leg of your professional journey. Examine systems and resources to support your transition. Distinguish yourself from others by formulating a sound strategy through expert and innovative advice leaving with the confidence necessary to achieve success. 

Type: Career HQ

Target Audience Experience Level: Mid-Career

Industry Application: Defense and Intelligence,Government/Military/Law Enforcement

Globally Focused Session: Globally Applicable

Learning Objective #1: Be able to identify transition pitfalls and employ best practices necessary to effectively transition to a civilian security career. Understanding resume and interview preparation, business acumen, and common civilian vernacular are critical to success.

Learning Objective #2: Know how to develop a priority-based strategy by analyzing geographic location desires weighted against intended positions. The participant will comprehend the challenges and the application of a proven system to improve their ability to land the preferred position in their new career.

Learning Objective #3: Understand that networking is not about quantity–but quality. Strategies for developing a network focused on where candidates want to begin their next chapter focusing on human resource and talent acquisition aspects, as well as security professionals, will be discussed.