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Chad Storlie

Chad Storlie is a marketing director and a lecturer of marketing at the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management. He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets), an Iraq combat veteran and a widely published author. His work can be seen at www.CombatToCorporate.com.

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Adopting these Special Operations Forces planning and leadership skill sets for your organization drives employee performance, innovation, teamwork, and engagement.
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As the New Year starts, take some time to focus on how you can make the best career moves and actions for a promising 2020. 
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U.S. Army vet and marketing leader Chad Storlie gives seven leadership exercises to live by to develop people for more and greater challenges.
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Military leadership and military strategy skills can help retailers deliver some of their very best customer facing experiences.
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Leaders with character constantly seek new problems, new challenges, and to develop new leaders to continue to find, improve, and ultimately resolve problems.
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One of my hardest days in the military came when we had been in Baghdad for about 30 days following the ground invasion into Iraq during the opening phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.
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The most important aspect of growing customer loyalty is a leadership style that combines humility with a passion for great customer experience. A leadership style of humility means that you never take customer loyalty for granted.
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The most important marketing metric is customer loyalty. Customer loyalty is the ongoing instance of a customer that continues to repurchase from a business when they have competitor and substitute offers available.
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Digital innovation at the customer level is how companies improve and grow a great Customer Experience. Improving and growing digital interactions is how companies create, improve, and sustain great CX.
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Every year on June 6, I have a shiver run down my spine.