1Mission Leadership is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on developing leaders and organizational systems that will realize their potential for excellence in our complex and interconnected world. Our expertise in leadership, planning, and multinational operations is coupled with a responsive network of Subject Matter Experts who are available to respond to any requirements your organization may face.
We believe leaders will increasingly be involved in multicultural, multinational, multiagency and multi-jurisdictional enterprises. Through practitioner experiences and scholarly research we have developed valuable and proven lessons for building strong and successful coalitions in complex human and physical situations. We are committed to developing leaders, employees and systems that will succeed in the most competitive and challenging environments possible.
Provide the right team, at the right time, to enable our clients to realize their potential.
To connect a superior group of leadership, coaching and consulting practitioners together in order to exceed customer requirements. The team sought by a wide range of clients for our diversity and innovative solutions to complex situations. Recognized as the go-to team for developing leadership talent and realizing individual and organizational potential.
We derive our operating behaviors from a set of core values. These values serve as our organization ethic and guide our work and interaction with one another, our partners and our clients.
Dr. Peter VanAmburgh started 1Mission Leadership when he retired from the U.S. Army as a Colonel after 28 years of demanding leadership assignments in Long Range Surveillance, Special Forces, and Intelligence units. He holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Argosy University, Master’s degrees from Kennesaw State University and the U.S. Army War College, and is a graduate of a host of military schools including Special Forces, Ranger, Jumpmaster, HALO, and the Counterintelligence Special Agent course. He has the benefit of possessing unique technical competencies as well as experience leading large organizations and highly skilled multinational teams in combat operations, humanitarian missions, and other activities in over 15 countries around the world. In addition to his military service, he also served as police officer for three years, worked in various industries for five years, and has over six years of teaching experience at undergraduate through doctoral level. His work bridges the strategic to the tactical, and his teaching is as valuable for senior executives as to their first line supervisors. He is a master at strategic planning, deciphering culture, and developing action plans that deliver results. He is also a lifelong learner who lives his favorite mantra, “If you are not getting better – you must be getting worse.” His passion is passing on the hard-learned lessons from the battlefield, boardroom, classroom, and the street, to the next generation of global leaders.