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216 – Overcoming Job and Career Transition Barriers

What are common barriers for today’s workers. What changes are now important in the way resumes are scanned and viewed? Graphs and charts are visual and grab the reader, but how does a job seeker […]

309 – The value of executive coaching for transitioning military leaders

Take off your military uniform. Put on a business suit. Now, look in the mirror and describe who are you and how have you positioned yourself for high acceptance and job offers? The HR people […]

121 – The Value of Hiring Military Leaders in the Civilian Sector

Companies are begging for good leadership yet, they many times overlook the highly-skilled and trained talent available from senor military leaders. The discussion also looks at how companies can address this lack of experience and […]

6 Compelling Ways to Promote Employee Development Within Your Company

When considering the concept of employee development, it is important to integrate both professional and personal aspects. Professional development programs will allow employees to thrive within the workplace, giving the employee new knowledge that will […]

214 – How To Create An Impactful LinkedIn Profile & Why It Matters

I’m looking for a job so why do I need to have a LinkedIn profile? How do I catch the attention of recruiters? What are hiring managers seeking from my LinkedIn profile? I am on […]

120 – Amazon – Myth and the Must For Suppliers

Amazon! It’s huge and overwhelming for retailers who are trying to take their products to a large scale on this gigantic online platform. Fred Coon, CEO of Stewart, Cooper & Coon, interviews Wayne Strickland, […]

119 – What Business Leaders Can Learn From The Rock n’ Roll Culture

Rock n’Roll and Business Leadership? The musicians can tell you a lot about team building and cooperation under pressure. So can Wayne Strickland, a former Senior Executive with Hallmark. Fred Coon, CEO of Stewart, […]

118 – Why Netflix Doesn’t Tolerate Brilliant Jerks

Netflix doesn’t tolerate brilliant jerks, nor should any self-respecting company. Fred Coon, CEO at Stewart, Cooper & Coon, interviews Jim Schleckser, CEO of Inc. CEO Project, about managing the brilliant but disruptive employee. You know the […]

7 Signs it May be Time to Re-evaluate Your Company’s Mission Statement

A mission statement is a typically brief statement outlining what your primary goal is and who you hope to benefit or reach with your organization. A mission statement needs to reflect the goals of an […]

Military to Corporate Leadership: Maintaining Equilibrium During the Transition

Military leaders who are transitioning into the private sector often find themselves facing a very specific set of challenges. Among the more prevalent involve reconvening with a society increasingly detached from the military ethos, as […]