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.
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.
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.
Performance review time can generate butterflies in the best of us. What happens if it doesn't go as well as you expected? Michele Goedde, Founder of Michele Goedde Coaching, walks us through the steps to embrace the process, making sure you and your manager are on the same page when it comes to the definition of "meeting expectations" and "exceeding expectations" as well as tips on setting goals for future success. Be sure to revisit this episode when preparing for your review!
City Year is an education organization fueled by nationalservice that partners with urban public schools in high-poverty communities to help keep students in school and on track to graduate.
In this special three-part series, we sit down with members of City Year Seattle/King County.
What are the components of a job offer? When should I start talking about salary ranges? What is negotiable? We dive into these questions and more with Alisa Tazioli, Managing Director at Major, Lindsey & Africa in Seattle. Alisa takes us through which questions to ask yourself, the recruiter or hiring manager, and what to do when you get the offer.
You're getting ready the big interview. Do you know what your R.E.V points are? Thea Kelley, author of Get That Job! The Quick and Complete Guide to a Winning Interview, walks us through how to prepare, practice, and stand out from other candidates.
Sara Harvey Yao joins us to talk through the ways to recognize whether you're being driven by fear or inspiration and how to work through stress (versus managing it). She explains how you can start with small changes today, even sitting at a stop light.
Asia, Europe, Australia. Are any of these locations on your list of dream places to work? Make that dream a reality through Jobbatical.
Today we're talking with Alina Basina, Head of Talent at Jobbatical, and she's sharing how you can travel the world without skipping a beat in your career.
Networking is an integral part of career development and advancement. What happens if you're not a "work the room" kind of person?
Lorrin Maughan sheds light on finding the balance between connecting with others and the type of networking that works for you. Extroverts, take note. This episode is equally as valuable for you to better understand the introverts in your career and how your understanding of the way they re-energize will be a win-win for everyone.
Did you wake up this morning with a flawless work schedule only to have it disintegrate by 10am? Or have you been in a meeting that went in a completely different direction than was outlined in the agenda? Congratulations, you're an improv master! Every day we're faced with decisions that need to be made on the fly and with a level of creativity that we didn't know we had.
Bridget Quigg lives improv and joins us in breaking down the principles, having fun, and why it's critical both on and off the stage (or meeting) to make others look good every time. Find out why Bridget thinks everyone is an improv genius and should embrace the circus bow in their career!
Life is throwing you lemons and you want to find a new job. The search can be challenging on a good day and staying confident through the process can feel like you're pushing a boulder uphill, in the snow. Lora Poepping, President of Plum Consulting & Coaching, returns to the studio to walk us through the fundamentals of staying confident throughout your job search, setting realistic expectations, and developing a clear message on what makes you good at what you do.
The work/life balance discussion has been lengthy, and colorful, over the years. You may not feel that you have a lot of control over finding that balance but Sharon Chin joins us in studio to share how she's been successful in having work fit into her life so she can be the very best version of herself at home and at work.
Mel Carson, Founder of Delightful Communications, understands first-hand the value of developing and managing your personal brand. Today he coaches clients on making their personal brands more discoverable, more memorable, and therefore more shareable. Take plenty of notes as he shares his top tips on how you can too.
Values, life passions, significant personal and professional events. These are just some of the components that Amy Brown, President of SoDo Consulting, has identified as being key to better understanding our whole selves. Using a personal homepage template that she integrates into coaching and leadership development sessions help individuals generate a succinct picture of what shapes them and allows an opportunity for deeper trust and connection.