Episode 57 of The Career Tipper podcast is from our archives vault that features the original voice of Apple’s Siri, Susan Bennett. Her voice talent is the persona on devices worldwide. Susan not only gives directions; she greets passengers at Delta gates worldwide, helps people discover Better Ingredients in pizza, and makes the Mission Possible.During this episode, Susan chats about the lessons that she has learned along her journey to accidental fame, how technology has transformed the industry, and how she keeps her skills recharged.
Episode 56 features Christine Michel Carter. As a writer, speaker and consultant Christine has become a voice for millennial moms and diverse professionals and labeled a thought leader for marketing to millennial consumers. She has been featured in, and guest contributed to several global digital publications, including TIME, The New York Times, Harper’s BAZAAR, Health, Ebony, Women’s Health and have been called “the exec inspiring millennial moms,” a “mom on the move” and “the voice of millennial moms.” Christine is also the creator of Mompreneur and Me, national inclusive parent and child-friendly networking events. During this episode, Christine chats about branding your skills.
Episode 51 features Nicole Webb. She tried to be the perfect employee and did everything by the book. Nicole’s competitive nature helped her excel quickly throughout her ten plus years as an HR professional, but she reached a plateau for the first time in her career, she struggled with what she thought should have been her dream job. She realized that working tirelessly wasn’t drive, it was her fear of failure. So, she did the unthinkable – she quit. Since launching NK Webb Group, she has become a Forbes Coaches Council member and her career advice has been featured in Forbes, Black Enterprise, Dice, Millennial Magazine, and on the Roland Martin Show on TV ONe. Nicole authored The Workplace Playbook: Strategies to Help New Employees Win in Their Careers. You can also find her teaching human resources courses at the University of Baltimore, or as a regular contributor for Black Enterprise Magazine. During this episode, Nicole chats about career accountability.
Episode 50 of the Career Tipper podcast features Michele Badie the Host and Professional Development Advocate. The #skillsrecharged narrative continues. Michele shares a process that may help you identify and define your skills to stay competitive in the workforce. Tune in to start determining how your non-automated soft and technical skills will keep you excelling at your professional best.
Episode 50 features Carl Pullein. Carl is a sought after and renowned productivity and life management coach. He has over 25 years of experience and has helped thousands of people around the world get better at managing their time and become more productive using a simple system and the technology they carry around with them every day. Originally from Leeds in the United Kingdom, Carl has lived and worked in Seoul, South Korea since 2002. Carl knows what it is like to feel overwhelmed by work and distractions. He has developed strategies and systems to get the tasks done. Carl is the author of three productivity and time management books including the popular Your Digital Life and Your Digital Life 2.0. During this episode, Carl chats about mastering productivity and why he’s on a mission to help one million people to become better at time management and be more productive by 2020.
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