The official podcast of the San Diego Metro Career Centers. Discover workforce topics, trends and tips you need to know on the go.
E110: How to Speak and Be Heard
Angela Lussier, CEO and Founder of Speaker Sisterhood, returns to the program to discuss how to communicate your value to others, whether that's in a networking meet, job fair, interview, etc. Discover tips for how to speak effectively and ensure that your message is heard.
E109: Speaking with Calm and Confidence
Angela Lussier, CEO and Founder of Speaker Sisterhood, joins the program to discuss how to overcome the fear of speaking and shares tips for calming yourself down whether you are speaking in-person or virtually.
E108: The Tables Have Turned
Maxine Suka, Director of Workforce Operations, returns to the program to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has caused the "tables to turn" when it comes to the employer/employee relationship and the implications of that shift. For job seekers, you'll discover how to pursue the career and get the job that you really want, and for employers, you'll learn what to think about in order to meet your workforce needs.
E107: Resource and Job Carnival
In this episode you'll learn about the South County Career Center Resource and Job Carnival as well as the available resources for employers and job seekers. To learn more, visit workforce.org/events
E106: Returning to In-Person Operations After the COVID-19 Pandemic- Managing Expectations
Maxine Suka, Director of Workforce Operations, returns to the program to discuss the importance of managing expectations when it comes to reopening in-person operations. Maxine shares insights about the conversations that she has had with her own staff about this topic, and shares insights for anyone going through the process of reopening in-person operations in their organization.
E105: Returning to In-Person Operations After the COVID-19 Pandemic- Maintaining Health and Safety
Maxine Suka, Director of Workforce Operations, returns to the program to discuss the process of reopening in-person operations for the San Diego Career Centers, and what needs to be considered in order to maintain health and safety for everyone.