By Mark Franklin
Since 2006, we’ve broadcast unrehearsed conversations featuring extraordinary career stories of ordinary people, and insights from thought leaders including Dragon’s Den star Arlene Dickinson, Canada’s career guru Barbara Moses, and career specialists Norm Amundson, John Krumboltz and many more. Produced and hosted by Mark Franklin with co-hosts Stephen Armstrong, Nicole Hamilton and Shellie Deloyer.
Career Buzz is broadcast on CIUT 89.5 FM in the Greater Toronto Area, and worldwide live online at CIUT, Wednesdays 11am-n
Career BuzzNov 23, 2023
Tony Nappo paints: Income-generating success stories for Entertainment Professionals, Career Buzz mini-series
From Actors to Writers and from Grips to Graphic Designers, work in entertainment has a lot of variability which affects careers, lives, lifestyle and even mental health. With all these ups and downs, how can Entertainment professionals stay resilient in their careers? One answer is finding alternative income-generating activities in the face of work inconsistency. In partnership with The AFC, the lifeline for Canada’s entertainment industry, CareerCycles is pleased to offer this special series of our Career Buzz podcast, featuring success stories of Entertainment Community Professionals who found alternative income-generating activities. In this episode of Career Buzz, in partnership with The AFC, we hear from Tony Nappo: Tony Nappo has been painting houses longer than he’s been an actor, and says they’re both a craft. Giving someone a quote is just like an audition. Show up, do a good job, be a good person to work with. If you have any comments on this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to Career Buzz and find it at https://careercycles.com/career-buzz-podcast/
Birgitte Solem facilitates & trains: Income-generating success stories for Entertainment Professionals, Career Buzz mini-series
From Actors to Writers and from Grips to Graphic Designers, work in entertainment has a lot of variability which affects careers, lives, lifestyle and even mental health. With all these ups and downs, how can Entertainment professionals stay resilient in their careers? One answer is finding alternative income-generating activities in the face of work inconsistency. In partnership with The AFC, the lifeline for Canada’s entertainment industry, CareerCycles is pleased to offer this special series of our Career Buzz podcast, featuring success stories of Entertainment Community Professionals who found alternative income-generating activities. In this episode of Career Buzz, in partnership with The AFC, we hear from Birgitte Solem: Birgitte, an actor, also works as a coach and facilitator. Her work focuses on Professional Development in Leadership, Communication, Presentation, and Media Training. If you have any comments on this episode, please email email@example.com Subscribe to Career Buzz and find it at https://careercycles.com/career-buzz-podcast/
Rex Hagon coaches execs: Income-generating success stories for Entertainment Professionals, Career Buzz mini-series
From Actors to Writers and from Grips to Graphic Designers, work in entertainment has a lot of variability which affects careers, lives, lifestyle and even mental health. With all these ups and downs, how can Entertainment professionals stay resilient in their careers? One answer is finding alternative income-generating activities in the face of work inconsistency. In partnership with The AFC, the lifeline for Canada’s entertainment industry, CareerCycles is pleased to offer this special series of our Career Buzz podcast, featuring success stories of Entertainment Community Professionals who found alternative income-generating activities. In this episode of Career Buzz, in partnership with The AFC, we hear from Rex Hagon: An actor and director, Rex developed a side career as an executive coach and trainer. He uses his transferable skills in communication and presence and “holding a room,” in his work with business leaders. If you have any comments on this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to Career Buzz and find it at https://careercycles.com/career-buzz-podcast/
Jenny Young leads Shoe Shine business: Income-generating success stories for Entertainment Professionals, Career Buzz mini-series
From Actors to Writers and from Grips to Graphic Designers, work in entertainment has a lot of variability which affects careers, lives, lifestyle and even mental health. With all these ups and downs, how can Entertainment professionals stay resilient in their careers? One answer is finding alternative income-generating activities in the face of work inconsistency. In partnership with The AFC, the lifeline for Canada’s entertainment industry, CareerCycles is pleased to offer this special series of our Career Buzz podcast, featuring success stories of Entertainment Community Professionals who found alternative income-generating activities. In this episode of Career Buzz, in partnership with The AFC, we hear from Jenny Young: Jenny, an actor, writer and producer, also leads a Toronto shoeshine company, Penny Loafers Shoe Shine. She hires people from the film and tv industry to work as shoe shiners so they can earn extra money. If you have any comments on this episode, please email email@example.com Subscribe to Career Buzz and find it at https://careercycles.com/career-buzz-podcast/
November 8 - Career Buzz with Mahmoud Hudra
Landscaping is a lot harder than lawn care. Stephen Armstrong of Innovation Nation brings an entrepreneurial story of a father and son partnership that started from a local landscaping and construction company. Their first product was a wheelbarrow with an engine and now some of the equipment they sell weighs over 12000 pounds. His guest, Mahmoud Hudra shares how he utilized transferable skills from his career journey to build Mammoth Machinery, an international enterprise empowering Canadian construction businesses to improve efficiency.
November 1 - Career Buzz with Jo Ayoubi and Dave Crumby
Honest feedback built on trust can motivate us to keep going and help us grow. Dr Hoda Kilani is joined by Jo Ayoubi, CEO and co-founder of Track Surveys, who shares valuable information on 360 Degree Feedback, what it means and why you should care about the process. Jo clarifies its value to both job seekers and career coaches. In the second half of the episode, Dave Crumby, Founder of 360 Talent Solutions and Sheffield Talent Solutions, builds on Jo’s work and shares important insights about the reasons companies are using what he likes to call 360 Talent Solutions. Listen, learn and join Hoda in her journey as she raises Career Literacy one interview at a time.
October 25 - Career Buzz with Jenny Young and Rex Hagon
Film and television careers have times of feast and famine. In the Fall of 2023, the US Actors Strike continues. Many people in both film and TV, in both the US and Canada find themselves in a serious reduction in work income. How can film and TV professionals stay resilient in their careers? In this episode, Mark Franklin speaks with actors who have diversified their careers with transferable skills. Listen to Jenny Young's career story of running her own shoe shine company, Penny Loafers Shoe Shine. In the second half, Canadian actor and television host Rex Hagon, talks about his side career as a coach and trainer.
October 18 - Career Buzz with Geoff Fernie
20-35% of people age 65 and above fall at least once a year. In this episode of Innovation Nation on Career Buzz, Stephen Armstrong meets with guest Geoff Fernie, scientist, professor and CEO of Hygienic Echo. They explore biomedical engineering, a relatively new field that merges concepts in engineering, to solve a wide and diverse array of problems tied to human health for everyday issues, like the reduction of falls more common growing into old age.
October 11 - Career Buzz with Martin Buckland and Dr. Natascha Saunders
Dr Hoda Kilani is joined by Martin Buckland who introduces us to the concept of coopetition and shares some branding advice as well as networking tips for introverts. Next, Dr Natascha Saunders joins Hoda sharing her inspirational story and the value of having a vision that is supported by mentors. Listen, learn and join Hoda in her journey as she raises Career Literacy one interview at a time.
Career Buzz - October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month with Maria Duffy
Next month is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Erica Mattison speaks with Maria Duffy, who serves as the director of development at REACH, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit organization that provides survivors of domestic violence with safety, shelter, and a path to healing. Their community-based approach promotes healthy relationships, fosters collaboration, and empowers community members to be agents of change.
Prior to joining the staff in 2022, Maria volunteered for the organization for two years. She is responsible for strategizing and implementing a fundraising plan focusing on individual donors, corporate giving, foundation grants, fundraising events, and special campaigns. She supervises the four-member development staff and is a member of the senior management team. Maria was formerly the assistant director of development at REACH and the annual giving manager of The Children’s Room, a Massachusetts-based bereavement nonprofit.
REACH’s website: https://reachma.org/ and 24/7 hotline number: 800-899-4000.
Erica: @ericamattison on IG and Twitter ; https://www.facebook.com/EricaMattisonCoachingConsulting LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericamattison/
Career Buzz - Lametra Off and Jared Bull
Mentorship develops self awareness, a valuable trait when it comes to career development. Join Dr. Hoda Kilani as she raises Career Literacy with Life and Success Coach, Lametra Off who shares her dream and the reasons she values mentorship to fulfil a dream. In the second half of the episode, transformational executive coach and entrepreneur, Jared Bull, reminds us that if we see value in the work we do, then we should not be shy about talking about it.
Career Buzz - Bob Duff
In this episode of Innovation Nation on Career Buzz with Stephen Armstrong, the topics of housing, career and employment are covered when he meets again with Bob Duff, the executive director of St. Simon's Shelter in downtown Toronto. Bob Duff revisits his personal story and career trajectory from Bay street family man, to homelessness, to becoming a tireless front-line worker with the downtown homeless population.
Career Buzz - Digital Nomads Michelle and Olivier Wagner
In this week's episode, host Mark Franklin has a conversation with Michelle and Olivier Wagner about traveling freely while working remotely. They explore the idea of workcation and being digital nomads, a way to reconcile work and leisure to design the life that we want. Many countries worldwide have created special digital nomad visas to allow people to stay and work longer than regular visitor visas. Canada announced its own digital nomad visa program in the summer of 2023.
What’s life like as a digital nomad? How do you get started? Michelle and Olivier Wagner have lived and worked in dozens of countries. Olivier is the CEO and U.S. tax expert of 1040 Abroad. He is also the author of the recently published Amazon Bestselling book, U.S. Taxes for Worldly Americans. Michelle is a director of finance for a Canadian organization.
Career Buzz - Daisy Wright and Massimo Roselli
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In today’s episode, founder of The Wright Career Solution, Daisy Wright, shares her immigrant experience and provides career advice to new immigrants. Hoda is also joined by Career Transition Coach, Massimo Roselli, talking about the value of self-awareness, his understanding of consciousness coaching along with some career transition tips.
Career Buzz - Erica Mattison and Ivanna Melay
Career Buzz - Frank Camacho and Erica Mattison
In this episode, host Erica Mattison speaks to Frank Camacho. Hear from radio host on how to create a career that’s focused on what you’re passionate about, and how to do work that you’d be excited to do even if you weren’t getting paid for it.
Career Buzz - David Reynolds and Jaide Massin - Career Literacy
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. With support from his colleagues, David Reynolds took on a project to understand the impact of their work on the students they serve. How do you test the impact of the work that you do? And stay tuned as Jaide Massin explains that “There really is an art to how one presents their professional background and accomplishments while job searching” and why she thinks that “you are awesome!”.
This week's host Stephen Armstrong meets with Steve Wake to discuss the need to make project management disappear to ensure our projects succeed.
CareerBuzz - Karena de Souza and Jeff Morris
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In this episode, we discuss ‘Contours of Courageous Parenting – Can we tilt towards better decisions?’, a book that strategist and futurist, Karena de Souza, published for parents struggling to equip their children with decision-making frameworks robust enough to survive unforeseeable futures such as a pandemic. And stay tuned as Jeff Morris shares the value of using the right KEYWORDS during a job search and talk about his reasons for launching CareerUSA and CareerDFW.
CareerBuzz-Dom Spragg-Aviation-June 28 2023
Your host Stephen Armstrong discusses innovation and sustainable aviation with Dom Spragg.
CareerBuzz - Jan Ellis and Neil Barker
Host Hoda invites Jan Ellis to discuss career development and guidance stories. Later, the discussion is opened up to Neil Barker from the recruitment industry.
Career Buzz - Priscilla Jabouin and Derrick McEachern on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In today’s episode, guests Priscilla Jabouin and Derrick McEachern share their challenging journeys of self-discovery. We will also talk about Career Wellbeing and the value of taking a medical “mental health” leave when needed.
Career Buzz - Tattoo artists Omri Amar and Connor Yearwood
How do people become tattoo artists? There are careers that require formal education, then there are careers like tattoo artist where the path is less structured, more colourful and storied. These stories often have their protagonists watching for clues and finding mentors, and taking inspired action to create opportunities. That’s the reality for this episode's guests, Omri Amar and Connor Yearwood. After working in 24 tattoo shops around the world, Omri Amar founded and leads Collingwood Tattoo Company in Collingwood, Ontario. Connor Yearwood is one of the tattoo artists who learned from Omri at Collingwood Tattoo parlour, and has been a contractor there and at TCB Tattoo parlour in Toronto.
Career Buzz - Diane Hudson and Michelle Ward on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In today’s episode, guests Diane Hudson and Michelle Ward share their journeys that led them to the career development field. We will also learn the basics of bringing your dream business to reality.
Career Buzz - Second Career Educators by Noa Daniel on OnEdMentors
Ever wondered why people change careers to become educators? What are some of the push and pull factors that would cause a change in directions to becoming an educator?
On tonight’s panel:
Dr. Jennifer Gates
Career Buzz - Raza Abbas and Sabrina McTaggart on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In today’s episode, guests Raza Abbas and Sabrina McTaggart share their understanding of the role of career coaches and the value of the services they offer to young adults.
Career Buzz - Marie Zimenoff and Wayne Pagani on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. In this episode, guests Marie Zimenoff and Wayne Pagani talk about the meaning of career agility and the value of keeping your network fresh. We will also learn about the Me First Model. And finally, be sure to listen till the end to find out how to use the one percent rule to lead a successful career and life.
Career Buzz - Marc Belaiche, president and co-founder of TorontoJobs and Guhuza
When the pandemic hit, job losses quickly followed. So, if you were in recruiting and staffing, business wasn't good. That’s what happened to Marc Belaiche and his team at TorontoJobs. So they took some of their downtime to plan and pivot. The resulting site, Guhuza.com, may just be the Uber of the recruiting and staffing sector. It’s a system that matches jobs to job seekers and streamlines the lengthy recruiting process from weeks to days. Listen to this episode to hear from president and co-founder of TorontoJobs and Guhuza, Marc Belaiche.
Career Buzz - Noah Arney and Anna Gordon on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. How do you overcome imposter syndrome? This episode of Hoda’s Career Info will tackle this career question and so much more as guests Noah Arney and Anna Gordon introduce us to “storying” and “mindset coaching” as well as offer tips that lead to career satisfaction and life success.
Career Buzz - Kristin Haight, from professional dancing, filmmaking, personal training, bodybuilding to rehab therapy
Dance across time with the unique career story of dancer, entrepreneur, body builder and rehabilitation therapist, Kristin Haight. At a critical turning point Kirstin accessed career counselling to help her identify her key skills and interests, link them to career possibilities and help her make a well informed choice.
She’s made many choices. After a lengthy career as a professional dancer in Winnipeg, mentored by the dance trailblazer Rachel Browne, a foot injury led Kristin to her first career change. Since then she’s made diverse career choices that have led her into Filmmaking, personal training, dance instructing, body building and now, into rehab therapy. She was even named Ms. Figure Manitoba in 2019. Of these many twists and turns and career choices, Kristin says “Any decision I’ve made has come true.” She now works at a rehabilitation therapy assistant which she calls “soul filling work”. There’s much to learn in this interview with Kirstin Haight.
Kirstin Haight on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-haight-a69406b3/
Kristin learned personal training here https://manitobafitnesscouncil.ca/
Life and times of dance icon, and Kristin’s mentor, Rachel Browne https://rachelbrowne.org/
Kristin worked on this film about dance icon Rachel Browne https://agoodmadness.com/
Kristin danced this solo choreographed by Rachel Browne https://vimeo.com/128929304
Kristin’s personal training site https://www.fluidmuscle.com/
Kristin studied Rehab Therapy Assistant program at CDI https://www.cdicollege.ca/study-on-campus/manitoba/programs-by-campus/winnipeg/rehabilitation-therapy-assistant/
Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg where Kristin works https://hsc.mb.ca/
Career Buzz - Rubaica Fidvi and Rex Roy on Hoda’s Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. On a recent episode of Hoda’s Career Info, she interviewed Rubaica Fidvi and Rex Roy.
Career Buzz - private yacht boat captain, Robert High, and career professional, Angie Bjornson
After being shot at, threatened at gunpoint and rattled by having to catch drug runners, Robert High decided to change careers. He left the US Coast Guard and began a new career chapter as a private yacht boat captain. Hear Robert High’s fascinating career story, and take a tour of the 150 foot Cabernet yacht in the second half of today’s show.
The previous episode with John Hogan led interviewer, Mark Franklin, to think about what the public and listeners might not know about accessing career help. Career professionals often fly below the radar screen of most people. Angie Bjornson, CareerCycles associate, joined to chat about how and why people can benefit from a career professional. Like many career professionals who have previous work experience, Angie has a human resources background, and has been a career professional and senior associate CareerCycles for over 10 years.
Career Buzz - Global Training and Development Leader John Hogan
What career can take you from Canada to Europe to Africa to the Middle East, and back again? You might think it’s a career in diplomacy or global finance or international aid. But you might not think about a career in… learning and development.
John Hogan is an accomplished Global Training and Development Leader with 20+ years of experience. His peripatetic career has taken him from Canada to the UK, to Kenya, back to Canada then to Saudi Arabia and now back in Toronto. John has experience in government transformational leadership, local government capacity building, institutional effectiveness, advanced leadership training, emerging economies, and sustainable urban planning. When John was going to return to Canada after 3plus years working in Saudi Arabia, he sought help from a career professional to make a well informed choice about next steps. With career management help from a CareerCycles Associate, John landed a role as a Senior Training at CIBC.
Career Buzz - Julie Lau Director of Engineering and Business & Operational Excellence at Chemtrade
On this episode we hear from Julie Lau, who is the Director of Engineering and Business & Operational Excellence at Chemtrade, which is an industrial chemical company based in Toronto with operations all over North America and Brazil. Julie generously joined the career management class that host Mark Franklin teaches at University of Toronto. You’ll also hear from attentive students in the class who posed some helpful questions toward the end of the segment.
Career Buzz - Devon Turcotte and JP Michel on Hoda's Career Info
Dr. Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. On a recent episode of Hoda’s Career Info, she interviewed Devon Turcotte owner of Careerified. purpose of changing the career conversation, and JP Michel, founder of SparkPath, creator of Challenge Cards
Our interviewer, Hoda Kilani, is a Certified Professional Career Coach and Founder of Right Career Fit. Find Hoda’s career info on Youtube and Soundcloud and Linkedin.
Career Buzz - Jobs in Sustainability: Career Stories from Engineering Graduate Students Tackling Climate Change
This episode is brought to you by The OPTIONS Program in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto.
Four U of T engineering alumni working in sustainability sat down for an in-depth conversation with host Mark Franklin, engineer turned career coach, to discuss their work and essential tips for conducting a job search in sustainability. You'll hear how alumni prepared to transition from graduate school to the workplace, and the specific strategies alumni employed to land a job.
Career Buzz – Mike Bird and Cathy Ginsberg on Hoda’s Career Info
Interested in career counselling for you or someone you care about? Here’s how to get started.
Career Buzz with Janet Glover-Kerkvliet
What do you do if you in a job transition and finding yourself isolated and unsure what to do next? Well if you’re lucky enough to find a job search group like the one led by Janet Glover-Kerkvliet you’re in good shape. Under her leadership, the Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group has helped over 1000 people find jobs and a sense of community.
Her connection to offering career support runs deep, with a unique childhood connection to her father’s career story. But before Janet found the work she loves – now as a clinical counselor & career coach – she had a circuitous career arc starting with her fascination with biological parasites and leading to writing for the National Institutes of Health.
Mark Franklin has personally known Janet for a few years when she trained at OneLifeTools, as they share a common interest in alternative and narrative tools to support career changers.
Career Buzz - The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing with Pete Davis
You browse through countless options on Netflix, unable to commit to watching any given show—and losing so much time skimming reviews and considering trailers that it’s too late to watch anything. In a book borne of an idea first articulated in a viral commencement address, Pete Davis argues that this is the defining characteristic of the moment: keeping our options open. Pete talks about being stuck in “Infinite Browsing Mode”— jumping from place to place searching for the next big thing, and refusing to make any decision that might close us off from an even better choice we imagine is just around the corner. This culture of restlessness and indecision, Pete Davis argues, is causing tension in the lives of young people today: who want to keep options open, and yet yearn for the purpose, community, and depth that can only come from making deep commitments.
Host of Career Buzz, Mark Franklin, read Pete Davis’s book - Dedicated, The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing – and felt like he had to interview Pete for Career Buzz. It’s a book for life, but also, a career book. In it he talks about the counterculture of committers who have made it to the other side of infinite browsing. He shares what we can learn from “long-haul heroes” who courageously commit themselves to particular places, professions, and causes. His book and hopefully this interview is an inspiring and transformative argument that purposeful commitment can be a powerful force in our age of restlessness and indecision.
Career Buzz - The Future of Undergraduate Career Education, episode from Student Affairs Now
As work and workplaces continue to change, these Career Buzz guests look to what career education can do to help students navigate careers well beyond their first job. In this episode, we hear from editors and authors of a new book called Mapping the Future of Undergraduate Career Education: Equitable Career Learning, Development, and Preparation in the New World of Work. Mike Stebleton and I co-authored Chapter 12: Applying Narrative Approaches to Support Undergraduate Career Decision-Making.
They discuss the future of work, paradigm shifts needed in career education, focusing on equity, and the potential of experiential learning. Listen in to hear from editors and authors, Melanie Buford, Michael J. Stebleton, Michael Sharp, Heather Nester. They were guests on the Student Affairs Now podcast hosted by Keith Edwards on episode 107: The Future of Undergraduate Career Education.
Career Buzz – Don't Give Up with Daisy Wright on Hoda’s Career Info
Dr Hoda Kilani is raising Career Literacy one interview at a time. On a recent episode of her Hoda’s Career Info she interviewed Daisy Wright, founder and Chief Encouragement Officer at The Wright Career Solution. Executives, managers and professionals hire Daisy to help them stand out from their competitors and attract the right job or career opportunity. Bottomline: Daisy helps clients find satisfying careers and get hired FASTER!
Listen to this episode to hear about:
1. Career Compass
2. Daisy's story in which she skillfully shared great career tips
3. Career advice to new immigrants
4. Let’s Grow Project and the book, 21 Resilient Women: Stories of courage, growth and transformation, that resulted from this project
5. A new Career Coaching Program for Women
Interested in career counselling for you or someone you care about? Here's how to get started.
Career Buzz with Lucas Root
How can you be productive, especially while Working From Home? What are good routines, scheduling, and planning, space management? Today’s guest, Lucas Root, is a speaker and consultant, author and entrepreneur, and a podcaster. He’s led teams on Wall Street and has consulted with clients from Wells Fargo to Pokeman. Lucas authored the WORKING FROM HOME MASTERY COURSE.
Career Buzz – Make An Impact with David W. Reynolds on Hoda’s Career Info
On this episode we listen to Hoda’s career info.
David is the creator and host of the Lead. Learn. Change. podcast, and author of a book by the same title.
He currently runs point for the Impact Project at the Professional Association of Georgia Educators. He is a former public-school teacher and administrator.
You can also watch the podcast Hoda’s Career Info on YouTube youtu.be/9AQjImzBG_o
Career Buzz - Follow Your Passion with Dr. Dave Redekopp on Hoda's Career Info
On this episode we listen to Hoda’s career info.
Winner of provincial and national awards in career development, Dr Dave Redekopp is the president of Life-Role Development Group Limited. He has devoted over thirty years to the development of better career development and workplace concepts and practices. His work has addressed a wide arrange of issues in both career development and leadership, from helping at-risk teens manage their career paths to developing leaders in the corporate world. Dave has been privileged to be invited to work in almost all Canadian provinces and territories and in a number of countries. His passion for career and leadership development pervades his work, which includes teaching, facilitation, public speaking, product development and research.
Here are the topics we discussed in this episode
1. Clarifying “follow your passion”
2. Dr Dave's book that he co-authored with Michael Huston - Strengthening Mental Health Through Effective Career Development: A Practitioner’s Guide.
3. Value of coping skills in career
4. Career Development Competency Program
You can also watch the podcast Hoda's Career Info on YouTube
Career Buzz with Al Franklin - entrepreneurial career story
Lots of people wonder if starting a business is a good fit for them; should you get a job – or should you do you own thing, be your own boss, and succeed - or fail - on your own terms. Successful entrepreneurs seem to have that special mix of 3 things: 1) viable business ideas, 2) skills to sell and negotiate anything, and 3) healthy doses of resilience - and optimism. Today’s guest possesses all three. Today on your show, an insightful entrepreneurial career story – featuring a very special person in my life, my father, Al Franklin.
Career Buzz – Planmanship with Dr. Jim Bright on Hoda’s Career Info
CareerBuzz - Dr Hoda Kilani interviews Mark Franklin on Hoda’s Career Info
This show is a little different. We focus on career literacy on Hoda’s career info channel.
Dr Hoda Kilani’s project is Raising Career Literacy Awareness One Interview At A Time. Hoda’s a Certified Professional Career Coach and President and Founder of Right Career Fit.
Hoda’s Career Info focuses on interviewing experts in the Career Development field who will share with you a specific project they are working on or talk about their expertise. Her purpose is to increase awareness about the importance of career literacy and the role that career professionals can play in supporting you to career success.
Listen to episode 11 - if you lose, don’t lose the lesson.
Career Buzz with Steve Petryschuk - the value of career counselling
After a few years working in technical sales, Steve Petryschuk needed help reevaluating his career and deciding on next steps. So he hired a career counsellor and found it was practical, helpful and an investment in his future. He decided to leave his job and join a fast growing startup called Auvik where he’s progressed through roles as a director of solutions engineering, and now forecasts the future as director of product strategy.
Career Buzz with Cindy Myall, arborist & Suchit Chanana, Project Manager at The Miller Group
Do you love being outside and being among the trees? Working with your hands? Seeing tangible results? Then consider working as an arborist. In the second part of today’s show we chat with arborist Cindy Myall while she’s on a job taking down a black mulberry tree. But first...
Roads, highways, bridges, parking lots. What does it take to bring these projects to life? Today we talk to a project manager with a construction company about what it takes and what it’s like working as a project manager. I interviewed Suchit Chanana from the Miller group in front of a live audience in the Engineering Careers course I teach to grad students at the University of Toronto. You’ll hear their questions too.
Career Buzz with Mark Franklin, Stephen Armstrong, Shellie Deloyer – Powerful Moments from Recent Shows and Guest Interview Govind Nanda
On this episode of CareerBuzz, the hosts get together for the Ride the Airwaves Fall Fundraising Campaign broadcasted by CIUT.fm. Hosts Stephen Armstrong, Shellie Deloyer, and Mark Franklin each take some time to bring up powerful moments from past shows.
If you wish to support the CIUT radio station: visit ciut.fm or call 4169467800 or 18882048976