If you have recently transitioned from the military or law-enforcement to corporate security, then you may have noticed other stakeholders in your organization are skeptical (or even out right hostile) of your role.

This presents a big problem for a new security professionals entering that private sector.

Without allies in your organization, it becomes far harder to get anything done. That can jeopardize the safety of other stakeholders as well as your success in this new role.

So what can be done?

Scot Walker, host of Scot Walker’s Protective Future, is on the show with us this week.

In this episode, we discuss the importance a building alliances at work.

We also discuss:

  • Specific tactics you can use to win over allies in your organization.
  • The common mistake former military and law enforcement professionals often make when transitioning to the private sector.
  • The ultimate sign that you are succeeding in your new role.

Links

Connect with Scot
Scot Walker’s Protective Future


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