100 episodes

Learn practical tips and tricks for your job hunt. Hosted by Justin Dux. Hear from resume writers, career experts, recruiters and HR experts. If you listen to this podcast you will become a better job seeker. Guaranteed! Topics include resume writing, interviewing, job searching, job sites, hidden job market, personal branding and other career advice.

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Learn practical tips and tricks for your job hunt. Hosted by Justin Dux. Hear from resume writers, career experts, recruiters and HR experts. If you listen to this podcast you will become a better job seeker. Guaranteed! Topics include resume writing, interviewing, job searching, job sites, hidden job market, personal branding and other career advice.

    Becoming An Effective Leader With Scott Miller

    Becoming An Effective Leader With Scott Miller

    Scott Miller is the Executive Vice President of Thought Leadership at FranklinCovey, a consulting and training company that focuses on lasting changes in human behavior. He’s been with the company for 20+ years and in that time he has become a seasoned speaker, podcaster, and author. His podcast, On Leadership With Scott Miller, is the world’s most subscribed to and largely distributed leadership podcast. He’s also a frequent contributor to Inc. Magazine.  
    It is the book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, that birthed FranklinCovey and a lot of the methodologies in the book are discussed in this interview. Particularly, Scott sheds light on what “thought leadership” is and identifies different traits that go into becoming a good leader. Specifically these traits are listening, and recognizing your need to interrupt people in conversations and how to correct that need. Managing emotions, minimizing conflict, and making decisions are also discussed. This interview is perfect if you’re looking to become a better communicator with your colleagues or looking to become a more effective manager.

    • 40 min
    How To Make Your Career Something To Be Proud Of With Carma Baughman

    How To Make Your Career Something To Be Proud Of With Carma Baughman

    Carma Baughman is a business, career, and life coach that helps ambitious people move forward. She’s led numerous workshops and seminars to help individuals do just that. A seasoned podcast guest in her own right, Carma was nice enough to spend some time with Justin, diving into her process. 
    Carma’s interview is jam packed with advice for people who might feel a professional void in their life. She goes into detail about how she analyzes people at different stages in their careers and helps them to make decisions on where and how to go about making a change. With a background in software, and a passion for impactful coaching, Carma makes a point to encourage listeners to “live life by design,” and she tells us exactly how and why.

    • 30 min
    Job Seeking Advice, Examples, and Intelligence With Ronan Kennedy

    Job Seeking Advice, Examples, and Intelligence With Ronan Kennedy

    “Your doubts and hesitations will affect your execution” - Ronan Kennedy (@KennedyRonan)
    Ireland based Ronan Kennedy is a career coach who has worked with thousands of professionals at just about every level - from interns to CEOs, and everywhere in between. Because of this, Ronan has been able to develop a unique set of skills to help just about anyone get results from their job search. 
    In this episode, Justin and Ronan discuss the career path that Ronan took, and as we learn, it was a journey that could (and should) instill hope for you as you embark on your own career. They touch on job seeking in Ireland vs. the U.S., and the difference between the two cultures as it relates to the business world. They wind down the interview by talking about both emotional and gender intelligence.
    If you’re thinking about hiring a career coach, this is a perfect episode for you, because it serves as a taste of what it is like to work with one. Ronan gives plenty of examples of clients he’s worked with as well as actionable tactics you can use to help in your interview process.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    What The Pandemic Means For Freelancers With Bryan Miller and Mo Perry

    What The Pandemic Means For Freelancers With Bryan Miller and Mo Perry

    “It feels like stagnation, like our forward progress has been arrested, and the path we were on has been erased” - Mo Perry (@MoMoPerry) on the pandemic
    Our host, Justin Dux, was able to roundup Minneapolis based Mo Perry and Bryan Miller to discuss how the pandemic is affecting our lives and careers. Mo is a freelance writer and actress who, with her husband, founded Logosphere Storysmiths, a boutique writing and editing agency. Bryan (@realbryanmiller), is a comedian and writer. He has done stand up on CBS’s The Late Late Show, and is the head writer for the nationally syndicated radio segment and podcast Quick Snaps. 

    The anchor of the interview is an article Mo wrote for Medium called Essential Work for Inessential Workers - The search for purpose when purpose seems lost. The article talks about the void that the current pandemic has left in our lives and the question of how to fill it.

    • 38 min
    Why Looking At Your Past Can Help Navigate Your Future With Laura Garnett

    Why Looking At Your Past Can Help Navigate Your Future With Laura Garnett

    Laura Garnett, of Garnett Consulting, and author of The Genius Habit, started off in the corporate world, working at companies like Capital One, Google, and IAC, before transitioning into corporate consulting and writing. She has given a Ted Talk, and been featured in popular media outlets like Time, Inc, and Forbes. 
    In this interview, Justin and Laura get into the nitty gritty of something that Laura calls “The Zone of Genius,” which she discusses in her book. Together, they dive into the art of finding a career path that you’re comfortable with by identifying what works well for you, and what doesn’t. They also touch on being able to diagnose what’s wrong with your current career if you're unhappy, and finding a good mentor.

    • 37 min
    What The Workplace Will Look Like After COVID - 19 With Kelly Hensler

    What The Workplace Will Look Like After COVID - 19 With Kelly Hensler

    Kelly Hensler is a design leader and workplace strategist at the global architecture firm BWBR in Madison, WI. She is an NCARB certified and registered architect, and holds a masters of architecture degree for University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign. She was recently appointed as an honorary fellow at the center for design and interior culture for her innovation and dedication to the future leaders at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where she also received her bachelor degree in interior design. She sits on the UW -Madison interior architecture advisory board, along with intermittently teaching design studio courses there. 
    In this episode, Michael Gardon and Kelly get into how this COVID situation is impacting the future of workplace design, and whether or not there will ever be a time where we have to go into the office again. They also discuss how design thinking, and the skill related to design thinking are critical to all of us as we pursue our careers now, and into the future.

    • 38 min

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