About John


Impassioned and driven to revolutionize the world of “careers” by inspiring people to take control of their personal and professional lives by creating their own “Company of 1”.

John Kalusa is a recognized thought leader in talent acquisition, recruiting and career management.  In addition to his work as the Talent Acquisition & Management Leader for P2Excellence, an HR consulting firm in Atlanta, Georgia, John is actively involved in helping military veterans successfully transition into the civilian workplace.  John has over 20 years in business leadership and operational management roles and since 2002 has held a number of key HR and talent acquisition leadership roles in the Manufacturing, Retail/Wholesale Distribution, IT Staffing, Leadership Development and Outplacement industries.

He holds a Bachelors Degree in Commerce (Marketing) from DePaul University and holds the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification from the Society for Human Resource Management and Human Capital Strategist (HCS) certification from the Human Capital Institute.

John  retired from the United States Navy in 2010 after serving for 24 years as a Naval Aircrewman and Search and Rescue Swimmer and is an avid Ironman triathlete.

John, his wife DeeAnn and their sons Kyle and Brandon live in John’s Creek, Georgia.

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One Response to About John

  1. Esperanca says:

    Great article on Rocky Balboa!
    Rocky is unique because he is humble, down the earth, and compassionate enough to pay it forward. Maxwell (2012) recently shared “if you don’t design your life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they may have planned for you? Not much.” (John Rohn). Thus, like Rocky to achieve the career of choice (full-time or part-time) one has to be courageous enough to seek this choice. Because we do not achieve these outcomes alone, surround yourself with people equally committed to helping you achieve that goal. Next, discuss the plan with your most important clients: God and family, then map out a plan of action. Thank you and all the best!

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