This weeks Podcast is with a Herman and Candy Zapp. They are a remarkably normal couple, who spent 3 years and 9 months of their lives driving 43,000 miles from Argentina to Alaska in a 1928 Graham-Paige Model 610 Touring car with the top speed of 60 kmh. They have written a best selling book about their journey called Spark your dream? Their story has been seen in CNN, The Globe & Mail and many other news outlet. Their story grips us, they had the courage and the action to do what many people secretly desire- To do something bigger than themselves. Sit back, relax and learn!
One of the key questions that I hear today is, where are the new opportunities? With the amount of negative news it would seem like there is very few areas of the economy with needs. Ironically, there has never been more challenges. In the world around you, professionals and organizations are always looking for the next Ipod, Google, medical miracle or oil project. This week's podcast is with Gad Shaanan. He is one of Canada's most successful industrial designers. His firm just won the equivalent of an Oscar within his field - a best of 2007 I.D. Read more
Daniel Coyle is a contributing editor for Outside magazine and the author of three books, including the New York Times bestseller Lance Armstrong’s War. He has written for Sports Illustrated, The New York Times Magazine, and Play(including this March 2007 cover story which sparked The Talent Code), and is a two-time National Magazine Award finalist. Read more
This week's podcast - George Butterfield - Lawyer & Rhodes Scholar. He is the founder of Canada's leading walking & biking touring company Butterfield & Robinson. George started his career in the typical way choosing to work for a large organization however, he quickly realized that his personality was not suited for the traditional path. For over 40 years his company has helped clients see the world and themselves through walking and biking tours. Sit back, relax and learn!
This week's podcast is from a conversation that I had with Larry Winget, known as "The Pit-Bull of Self Development." Larry is author of "It's called work for a reason; your success is your own damn fault." Larry shared 4 key career success principles, not matter what the economy, job market or the trends are.
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Selon une étude dirigée par le « Society for Human Resource Management », plus de 90% de gestionnaires trouvent que c’est un véritable défi d’administrer les entretiens d’évaluation qui sont à la fois honnêtes, utiles et motivants.
According to a study by The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) over 90% of managers find it challenging to administer a performance review that is both honest, helpful and motivational.
Heads you win, tails you loose. Does it ever feel the interview process is random, like flipping a coin? What are the keys to a great interview? How do you calm your nerves? What kinds of questions stand out in an interview? This week's podcast is part 3a from The Great Canadian Job Search Webinar. Read more
It is the night before your final interview for your dream job. Despite your excitement about landing that ideal position, you are apprehensive because you know it's time to talk about that dreaded topic - salary expectations. Read more
This week's podcast is part 3 of The Great Canadian Job Search Program where we discussed the variety of ways to identify and find quality job opportunities. From the "hidden" job market, social media to dealing with recruiters & Human Resources. Sit back, relax & learn!