3. Military spouses adapt to keep calm.
Military spouses have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of command climates and are well aware of the effects of a negative one. They have had to adapt our lifestyle around a commander that didn’t believe soldiers should return home until after 7 p.m. They have also had the pleasure of adapting the commanders who values family time and worked to grant long weekends. This ability to help keep calm no matter the circumstances is very helpful to an organization facing tough times.
So whether you are a military spouse who works outside of the home or if you are a military spouse who is supporting the infrastructure for your family, be sure to leverage your adaptability.
If you are interested in learning more about how to leverage adaptability in the workforce, check out this awesome article by our friends at Madskills. The more you use it, the more refined and powerful your adaptability becomes. It can help you successfully navigate a difficult move, land a new position, or even just remember those darn five digits in your latest ZIP code!Subscribe to Military Spouse's Weekly Newsletter