Chad Storlie

Chad Storlie
Chad Storlie is a retired US Army Special Forces officer and an adjunct Professor of Marketing at Flagler College. He is a mid-level B2B marketing executive and a widely published author on leadership, business, military and technology topics.
A hard job made easy: 5 tips for delivering bad news to your boss

A hard job made easy: 5 tips for delivering bad news to your boss

No one likes to get bad news and, more importantly, no one likes to give bad news, especially to their boss. In the military, like business, no one likes to be surprised by bad news and no one like to deliver bad news. In the COVID-19 business world, bad news comes...

What can today’s healthcare workers learn from combat veterans?

What can today’s healthcare workers learn from combat veterans?

Imagine going to work each day armed with the best colleagues, the best technology, the best training, and the best education to battle a resilient, ever present, and capable foe. You do your best and people still die. Wake up the next day, do your best, people die....

7 ways to deliver business value with military spouse employees

7 ways to deliver business value with military spouse employees

Military spouses—the husbands and wives or military members—offer an incredible value as an employee and leader for any type of business. Military spouses are centrally found, disciplined, educated, and a great workforce. Business leaders potentially overlook military...

Military-grade team building: 6 Special Ops skills that drive success

Military-grade team building: 6 Special Ops skills that drive success

People inside and outside the military are constantly fascinated with Special Operations Forces (SOF). People love the high-tech equipment, silent weapons, dangerous scenarios, and thrilling missions. Any military force can have great weapons, great equipment, and...

9 new year career tips for workers of any generation

9 new year career tips for workers of any generation

The start of the New Year is always a great time to pause and look for career advice. Career advice is relevant for any age and any stage of your career. Adapting your skills, career goals, network, and industry knowledge is more important as you age in the workforce....