Episode 34 features Michael Cairns. He is a self taught professional photographer with an extensive art background. He has been working professionally for over 27 years in his Orlando based, Wet Orange Studio. Michael has worked with clients ranging from screen legend Vincent Price to Florida Hospital, Orlando Health, Backstreet Boys, Commodores, Orlando Magic, The Golf Channel, Mandy Moore, Walt Disney World and countless others. His personality and ability to connect with his clients makes him perfectly suited to capture the ideal and best photo they’re seeking. Michael shares his journey to being a sought after professional photographer. Along with a few tips on how to take a good headshot.
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Episode 33 features Human Resources Practitioner, Liz Cotner. Her specialties include: talent management, organizational design, total rewards, employee relations and HRIS administration. In 2016, HR Shield chose Liz as HR Young Professional of Year. She is truly passionate about the world of Human Resources and frequently volunteers with HR Florida State Council. Liz chats about the importance of developing your soft skills.
Episode 32 features Life Coach to Chief Style Officer of Rebrand You, Shana Robinson. She works with women and men to help them to dismiss styling challenges. Transform their basic corporate look to confidently profiling their polished business style that represents boss moves being made at their best. For more details about Shana’s services, please visit www.rebrandyou.ca.
Episode 31 feature Daniella Green. She went to college on a scholarship for Mechanical Engineering at age 15. She started her career in the oil and gas industry as a Project Planner. She worked her way to become the Director of Business Development over LNG projects in Australia. Before 30, Daniella moved into executive leadership. During this episode, Daniella shares insight and strategies on how to launch and navigate a career or expand your business services and reach in the oil and gas industry.
Ep. 30 features the Founder of Hire Cultures, Chandria Lucious Harris. She’s speaking about how she helps first generational graduates overcome the imposter syndrome. The imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fake”. Tune in as Chandria shares how to overcome and dismiss the imposter thoughts and excel in the workplace confidently.