Josh Johnson is a 32-year veteran of the U.S. Army Special Forces and currently serves as a director of leadership development for Talent War Group.
During his tenure in the military, Johnson served in every leadership position culminating as a Sergeant Major responsible for all advanced training for 1st Special Forces Group. Capitalizing on his experiences in the military and a master’s degree in organizational leadership, he now helps corporations establish leadership development programs customized for their specific industry.
In this episode of HRD Talk, Johnson compares special forces to HR, explains what qualities he looks for when growing and training talent and offers strategies to alleviate the retention issue of the Great Resignation.
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