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Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan will utilize their years of helping people get the jobs they want to provide practical tips on how to rise to new heights in your career. They will discuss real life issues that people have faced when navigating the path to finding their dream jobs.They will also have guests from a variety of industries who will provide expert tips around getting hired, obtaining promotions and many other insights around the keys to having a long and successful career in the industry of your choice.

Listen live Tuesdays, 11:00AM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)

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Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan will utilize their years of helping people get the jobs they want to provide practical tips on how to rise to new heights in your career. They will discuss real life issues that people have faced when navigating the path to finding their dream jobs.They will also have guests from a variety of industries who will provide expert tips around getting hired, obtaining promotions and many other insights around the keys to having a long and successful career in the industry of your choice.

Listen live Tuesdays, 11:00AM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)

    Michelangelo Mindset

    Michelangelo Mindset

    Michelangelo Mindset with Dr. Mark Goulston

    Best-selling author, psychiatrist, speaker and thought leader, Dr. Mark Goulston, joins Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan to close out the month focused on increasing emotional intelligence.

    Dr. Goulston begins the show by sharing about the idea of self-discovered urgency, and his new Michelangelo Mindset. He explains that our goal is to see the good in others and ourselves.

    Dr. Goulston emphasizes how important listening is and that it is valuable to listen for something rather than just listening to someone.

    https://michelangelomindset.com/contact-us/

    • 55 min
    Accountability

    Accountability

    Accountability

    Brandon Maslan and Jennifer Hill were joined by Stephan Stubbins who is a transformative coach and whose background includes being on Broadway and co-creating a theatre company called Transcendence Theatre. He shared his inspiring takes on emotional intelligence and self-regulation to achieve one's goal of getting THE job of their dreams. He discussed the importance of seeking out the right environment. One of his mantras is that which I am seeking is also seeking me. What do Curious George and Albert Einstein have in common? Well, an insatiable curiosity of course. His suggestion in interviews was to get curious about the interviewer and find out what their passions are as a way to foster immediate connection and value. Tips on the regulation of yourself to achieve your goals were blocking time, creating a list of intentions that are ranked from most important to the least, and finding the tools that work for you. Finally, he recommended having an accountability partner as well as a great coach, which are all too often one and the same!

    For more information on Stephan's transformative coaching, newsletter, and to hear him and his incredibly talented wife perform click on the links below:

    Sign up for a free coaching strategy session with Stephan at www.StephanStubbins.com

    Sign up for Stephan's short, sweet, creative, and upbeat weekly newsletter

    Stephan Stubbins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephanstubbins/

    Unchained Melody featuring Stephan Stubbins and Libby Servais: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk86KmIrVoM

    • 55 min
    Appreciation at Work

    Appreciation at Work

    Appreciation at Work

    Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with best-selling author, speaker and thought-leader Dr. Paul White about how appreciation can make us better employees and managers.

    Dr. White emphasizes the importances of pausing and listening, as well as understanding what a person's preferred method is for being appreciated {i.e. Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Acts/Services, Gifts (not including bonus or salary), Physical Touch (such as a high five)}.

    He suggests that the best way to appreciate someone is by using their name and appreciating them for something specific (if they prefer words of affirmation), and we honor not just what people do at work, but also what they do outside of work.

    One of the most important things that Dr. White says to do when we are spending time with others via Zoom or in person is to make eye contact, smile, address them by name and to connect in a meaningful way that has the other person feel seen, heard and known.

    https://www.appreciationatwork.com/

    • 55 min
    EQ = Employability, Part 2

    EQ = Employability, Part 2

    EQ = Employability: Self-awareness Part 2

    Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan discussed the vitalness of self-awareness in landing your dream job, keeping it, and being the best you can be in your career and your life. They shared that the more you look within the more you become aware of your impact on others. Those who seek to put others down often lack self-awareness and blame others for their shortcomings. To succeed in a career, being aware of how you impact others and constantly growing to be the best version of yourself is key. Remember if you fail today, you can recover, learn, and you will win tomorrow!

    If you're being hard on yourself Jennifer suggested beginning your day with this meditation reminder to have more self-compassion and then you can have the impact you seek to have.

    https://insighttimer.com/lisaabramson/guided-meditations/five-minutes-of-self-compassion

    • 55 min
    EQ=Employability

    EQ=Employability

    Self Awareness: EQ=Employability

    Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill kick off a month-long series on Emotional Intelligence by discussing how self awareness=employability. Hill mentions the Drama Triangle and how one way to become self aware is through being accountable.

    They offer tools for bringing EQ to the interview process by clearly communicating what one's needs and expectations are. Hill also shares how to use "proactive confrontation" to see if someone is able to receive what you are about to share with them.

    Maslan suggests that we have to let go of who we were to become who we want to be.

    • 55 min
    The Future of Work

    The Future of Work

    The Future of Work: Agility, Communication and Leadership

    Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with futurist and best-selling author, Alexandra Levit, about the future of work. Alex shares that the leader of the future will need to be someone who is agile and that the old hierarchical strategy is becoming extinct. She also discusses that a mature attitude and a willingness to be vulnerable is critical for the leaders of the future.

    She explains that what matters to Generation Z and Millennials is going to differ from that of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. She goes on to say that the more stagnant companies and leaders will not survive in this new frontier.

    The future of work, Alex says, is going to require continuous learning and curiosity. She suggests that the hybrid workforce, with employees being able to spend part of their time working from home and part of their time working in the office, will be the way of the future.

    https://alexandralevit.com/about-alexandra-and-inspiration-work

    • 55 min

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