NEW YORK - December 4, 2019 - (Newswire.com) - What do new college grads and people clamoring for jobs need to know? According to author of The Brief, Richard M. Leo, whose career journey at Northrop Grumman, a $30 billion+ global aerospace and defense technology company, spanned 37 years, the answer is not just an information dump. Instead, success revolves around commitment—six commitments, of the 6 P’s:
Purpose: Have a well-defined mission; goal setting.
Planning: Establish and manage your timeline and process; stay on track. (“The only thing worse than a bad plan is no plan.”)
Preparation: Document your plan and always be ready to modify.
Priorities: Determine the sequence of events in order of importance.
Persistence: Formally review your status; stay relentlessly focused.
Patience: Realize everything doesn’t go according to plan and it takes time to achieve worthwhile goals and objectives; be flexible.
Featured in his debut book, The Brief, which was released today, are Leo’s rich insights that secured multiple leadership roles overseeing hundreds of business and financial professionals in the aerospace industry. Since retiring, he has brought his formula to dozens of universities and corporate audiences as a mentor and speaker.
About Richard M. Leo
With 37 years of experience in the industry, author Richard M. Leo was Vice President and CFO for Military Aircraft Systems at Northrop Grumman, a $30 billion+ global aerospace and defense technology company. He completed the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business Advanced Management Program. A frequent lecturer at colleges and universities nationwide, he helps students transition from college to corporate America.
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