Do you have goals but time is flying by without much movement on the success needle?
How do you stay on track?
How can you be more accountable to your own professional goals?
Keita Williams (aka Success Bully) dives into refining, breaking down and sharing your goals to kill it on the road to success.
There is a mountain of resources available to learn how to lead others, but today's episode is all about how to lead ourselves.
Today on the show, Stacy meets with Kevin Graybill at Impact HUB Seattle, to talk about Mindfulness and how we can develop more meaningful dialog in our lives.
Does your current job have you thinking, "What's next?" Tim Sloane tackles that very question with us.
In today's episode, Tim Sloane sits down with us to discuss identifying the themes throughout your career (so far), finding confidence in your skills and experience and why you should never stop thinking big in terms of your potential.
Is an extended time away from your career keeping you from reentering the job market? Turn this into an asset. Julia Freeland of RevolveYOU joins us to share her story and discuss what it takes to restart you work life after an extended time off.
How is your job search going?
Longer than you expected?
Carol Hedly joins us to share some advice on how you can stay resilient and stay focused on the search and the other important parts of your life.
Feeling Disillusioned or Frustrated at your job? Development Coach, Alex Wright joins us to help unpack why you might feel like this and what you can do about it.
On this The Career Cue SNACK episode, Judith Young joins us for a guided practice for being mindful.
Put everything on pause for the next 10 minutes and see what happens!
Attention is a resource that you decide to "spend". Being MINDFUL can have positive impact on your health, productivity and creativity. Judith Young explains how all this works and how you can reap the benefits of mindfulness in your life.
"Life goes fast - so be there!"
When was the last time you had a conversation with someone who shared how grateful they were to get fired? That is the very view of Alan Andersen, leadership coach and partner of Shandel (pr: Shawn-Dell) Group. Alan states that next to faith and family, foreclosure on his first home and being fired from a “dream” job were the best things that happened to him. Learning from past mistakes is just one of the many experiences that impact his method for engaging, empowering, and equipping his clients to transform and thrive.
Personal Branding. It's almost a requirement for today's careers. Can you reinvent your personal brand? Yes! Dorie Clark joins us to explain why and how this is done.
Dorie is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, TIME, Entrepreneur, and the World Economic Forum blog. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, she is the author of Reinventing You (Harvard Business Review Press, 2013). Her most recent book, Stand Out, was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine.
Early in her FBI career, Jean South understood the importance of connection and understanding that changing one life can change the world. In starting Hire Served in 2016, Jean highlights the unique value her network of veterans have developed during their military career and helps educate employers on the long-term benefits of hiring veterans to boost their business.
Did you or someone you know step out of the traditional workforce for a while? ReBoot is a career accelerator program designed for women looking to speed up their transition back into the industry.
They're part of the job. Whether a one-off discussion or a recurring meeting with the same players sitting around the table, Sara Harvey Yao returns to discuss how to be more present in order to contribute more impact and influence. Don't miss Sara's tips on surviving conference calls as well.
Chris Anderson joins us for a quick chat.
He shares how he sees Planning and Doing through the image of a bicycle.
Planning = Steering
Doing = Pedaling
You need both to accomplish your goals whether you're doing all the work yourself or with a team.
Habitat for Humanity is working tirelessly to deliver affordable housing to people and families in nearly 1,400 communities across the US and over 50 countries around the world.
Construction Manager Chris Anderson visits us in studio to share more on the Habitat for Humanity vision and how volunteers are the key in the continued development within their communities. Chris walks us through the steps that he takes in managing a build and how you can apply those same steps in your day-to-day deliverables. Don't think you have the skills to build a home? If you've put together furniture from IKEA, put on your hard hat and reach out to your local Habitat for Humanity office today.
You've just accepted a new opportunity. Now what? Kelsey Berg breaks down how you can take ownership of your onboarding experience and that it's a win-win for everyone to go in with a plan, be patient and give yourself time to learn.
February is short month anyway but it's still hard to believe that we're staring March in the eye already. As we wrap up the month, we want to share a quick overview of all the episodes and fantastic content published.
TheCareerCue crew are also celebrating our highest monthly downloads! We're excited to see the numbers increase month-over-month (yep, we're data nerds). A huge thanks to all TheCareerCue followers around the world! You inspire us to keep going.
Tom Perry, Founder of Engaged Pursuit, returns to the studio to chat about how his team assists clients in building their professional dashboard. He breaks down the six elements involved and how the process allows for deeper exploration and evaluation in the professional experience.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) has been, and will continue to be, a hot topic in workforce conversations. Today, we're scratching the surface on the future of STEM careers with Faith Rothberg from College Recruiter. Faith discusses just how big of a footprint these types of careers will create in both the short and long-term, and how to look at STEM with a wider lens.
It's not just about software development and rocket science, there is a little STEM in almost every type of career.