Keeping It Real – What each city’s tallest building says about that city.

Posted On November 29, 2018

Keeping It Real – AL Public Radio Air Date: 11/30/18 I remember a college professor saying that each city’s tallest building reflected what that city’s character was, even what they worshiped. So I look around this fall during my travel to San Francisco, Minneapolis, and Atlanta…

Categories: Keeping It Real

Staying Competitive in the Extraordinary New Orleans Music Scene

Posted On November 26, 2018

Staying busy and relevant in the New Orleans music scene isn’t easy. It requires talent and commitment because there is always someone in the wings waiting to replace you, especially in New Orleans – one the the nations busiest and most competitive music scenes. How John stays sharp is a lesson for all of us, […]

Categories: Libsyn

We’ve seen the millennial office, but what will an iGen workspace look like?

Posted On November 26, 2018

We’ve spent a good bit of time in this space discussing the aspects of a millennial workspace. But perhaps, with iGen now starting to enter the workforce, we should consider what they will want in an office as well. Beatriz Sanchez, a contributor at globalfurnituregroup.com, did just that recently, and the picture she paints is […]

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials, iGen, Workplace

Reverse Mentoring – Fad? Or a True Workplace Benefit? (Replay)

Posted On November 21, 2018

Mark Tibergien is a titan in the financial services profession. He’s “industry famous” for his deep understanding of how the investment community should grow their companies and their people. And he was then paired with Kayla Flaten, a Millennial, to be mentored. It’s called reverse mentoring and Mark though initially skeptical, has become a disciple […]

Categories: Libsyn

Keeping It Real – AL Public Radio – Broadcast Date: 11-16-18

Posted On November 16, 2018

Keeping It Real AL Public Radio Maybe I’ve Been Rushing Things

Categories: Keeping It Real

Try and hire: Temporary staffing in a run of low unemployment

Posted On November 14, 2018

We have addressed, in previous blogs, how the current low level of unemployment is affecting companies looking to hire new staff. But what about companies whose job it is to provide staff, or recommend new hires, to other companies – temporary staffing agencies? Our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working with Cam Marston” […]

Categories: Podcast, What's Working with Cam Marston, Workplace

Co-Working Spaces and Urban Redevelopment for Offices

Posted On November 12, 2018

Those old retail buildings in so many tier 2 and 3 cities that have been unoccupied forever? Well, they’re in demand again. This time as offices space for co-working sites or office spaces for hip, new, agile thinkers. The co-working spaces offer community to small businesses or regional outposts who are tired of spending their […]

Categories: Libsyn

AL Public Radio – She decided to make her children’s lives harder – Air date: 11/9/18

Posted On November 9, 2018

Keeping It Real Alabama Public Radio Aired 11/9/18

Categories: Keeping It Real

Are millennials killing Hooters too? Not so fast.

Posted On November 7, 2018

Stop me if you’ve heard this, but guys still like eating chicken wings and looking at scantily clad women. Hence, despite what Business Insider would have us believe are millennials’ best efforts, reports of the Hooters restaurant chain’s demise may have been greatly exaggerated. Business Insider, which seems to blame millennials for killing off a […]

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials

The Temporary Staffing Industry Continues to Thrive

Posted On November 5, 2018

What are employers looking for? What are the biggest mistakes people make in interviews when they’re looking for a job? What types of questions should employers ask to get the best understanding of a job candidate’s abilities? These questions and more with Liz Freeman who is third generation in the family’s temporary staffing industry. Check […]

Categories: Libsyn

Categories

Archives

Recent Media

Next Page »