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Trish Perryman

Trish Perryman
Trish Perryman is a Talent Solutions Consultant for MHS. In her role, she provides expert consultation for clients and organizations looking for help with people development. Her work spans across fortune 500 organizations, the Federal Government, Educational Institutions, and the Military. She enjoys helping organizations use assessments and data to shed light on important issues and inspire key stakeholders to re-imagine new approaches to solving intractable problems. She is certified to deliver over 20 assessment instruments and has done extensive assessment, coaching, and feedback throughout her career. She has a Master’s degree in Humanistic Psychology from Saybrook University and received the Sidney Jourard Award from the American Psychological Association for her work on Combat-related PTSD. Trish is the point of contact for the following regions: DC, MD, VA, DE, TX, & MN.
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The 3 C’s of Resilience: An Interview with Major General Randy Manner, (Ret.)

Posted by Trish Perryman on Jul 25, 2019 10:56:04 AM

I recently had the honor of sitting down to interview Randy Manner (Ret.), a former senior military officer turned Executive Leadership Coach. For over three decades, he served in a variety of positions in the Pentagon and around the world. Prior to retiring from the Army as a Major General, he served as the Deputy Commanding General of the United States 3rd Army in Kuwait, as the Acting Vice Chief of the National Guard Bureau, and as the Acting and Deputy Director of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. He facilitated the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, helped neutralize chemical weapons in Russia, oversaw investments in biological prophylactic research on deadly pathogens, to include Ebola, and helped coordinate military emergency response support to States during natural disasters.

Resilience has been and still is an integral part of Randy’s life and career. He coaches executives as they transition to more senior levels, mentors business leaders in improving their value propositions to their clients, and coaches senior military officers on leadership, ethics, and transition from service to our country.

I asked Randy the following questions:

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