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Podcasts

Terry O'Reilly The Age of Persuasion Q&A | Standing out from the crowd | Personal Branding & Job Hunting in a Crowded Market

This is the bonus Q&A from The Canadian Career Development Webinar | Terry O’Reilly from The Age of Persuasion answers specific questions on personal branding & job search and how to use marketing principals to help people “buy” you. Sit back, relax & learn – 15 mins http://traffic.libsyn.com/careerjoy/TerryQ.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Jeff Wise | Extreme Fear – The Science of Your Mind in Danger

Have you ever wanted to do something, yet you felt afraid. Maybe it was taking on a more senior role, starting a new business, or initiating a job search campaign. This week’s podcast is from The Canadian Career Development Webinar Series with Jeff Wise, journalist, pilot-adventurer, and author of Extreme Fear – The Science of

Jill Earthy founder momcafe | Balancing Parenting & Your Career- Is it possible?

Are you a working parent trying to figure out how to do it “all,” whatever that may mean to you? Do you need some time for yourself to think about the next step in your career. How can you find a role that balances your need for engagement in your work and your family? This

Amber Mac | Power Friending | Canadian Career Development Webinar – Social Media – Job Search & Personal Branding

Have you heard the news? The resume is dead, who killed it? The main suspects were Twitter,

Amber Mac | Bonus Q&A | Canadian Career Development Webinar – Social Media – Job Search & Personal Branding

This is the bonus Q&A from The Canadian Career Development Webinar | Amber Mac Canada’s Social Media Guru & author of Power Friending answers specific questions on personal branding & job search the social media way. Sit back, relax & learn – 18 mins http://traffic.libsyn.com/careerjoy/amberq_2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

The 1 Minute Resume Review – Dave Drummond Award Winning Book Designer Shares How to Get the Attention of Hiring Managers

This fall, managers will be reviewing resumes, interviewing and making hiring decisions. The resume is a key first step in the process. The average manager will receive 20 or more resumes for an open position, and spend less than 1 minute reviewing each one. What can you do to get your resume to stand out

Tim Pychyl Ph.D | The Role of Confidence in Your Job Search & Career

What role does confidence play in your career and your life? How do you build up your confidence when you are struggling? How do you manager your emotions? This week’s podcast is with Tim Pychyl Ph.D author of The Procrastinators Digest and Professor of Psychology at Carleton University. He shares some very practical advice and

Inspire your career | Strategies for success as a new employee and manager

Can I speak to you privately in my office? The heart flutters, your thinking ok, what does this mean? Your boss smiles and says “We would like to promote you” Good news, now what do you do next? This week’s podcast is from our Canadian Career Development Webinar with Patricia Barbato author Sr VP at

How Starbucks Saved My Life |NY Times Best Selling Author Michael Gill | Upgrading His Career from Ad Exec to Barista

Does the pressure and stress of your career feel like it’s taking it’s toll on you? Does your work make a contribution? Are you energized by the people that you work with? This week’s podcast is with Michael Gill, New York Times best selling author of “How Starbucks Saved My Life.” Starbucks really did save

How to Get What You Want From Your Career | Lyman MacInnis author of How to Succeed at Anything by Really Trying

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be able to achieve great success, while others seem to struggle? What is the difference in the actions and attitudes between the two groups? This week’s podcast is with Lyman MacInnis author of How to Succeed in Anything by Really Trying. I have to say, this