Your employment matters. Changes in how we work are happening fast. Employers know they need to adapt to today’s workers and the demands of the marketplace. Whether you’re employed or unemployed changes in technology and AI have altered the jobs landscape forever.
Because of these truths your employment success and even employment survival depend on your ability to adjust to change. This 30-minute podcast with host Beverly Williams is here to advocate embracing change. We’re going to show you how to use it to your advantage.
You’ll hear from experts how have charted their careers successfully so far. We’ll cover trends and changes as they happen. Get your workweek off to a good start with Your Employment Matters every Monday.
From Stress to Happiness with Tracie Pinnock
It might seem as if we’re back to a relatively “normal” life these days, but COVID-19 has certainly changed us and challenged our coping skills. According to a recent Psychology Today article, two out of three adults are feeling more stressed because of the pandemic—and that could be worse among younger adults.
Today’s guest is Tracie Pinnock, owner and therapist at Pursuit of Happiness Therapy LLC, a virtual coaching and therapy practice helping busy, ambitious women dealing with various types
Feat on a Diversified Career Journey with Anne Allen
The journey you make in a lifetime of career choices brings experience and compelling connections. These are the things that mold your creativity, perseverance, talent, mindset, and attitude that carries you through each employment chapter.
Beverly expresses shared appreciation for career mindsets with Anne Allen, a science major who explored microbiology and regulatory affairs before venturing to her digital services business.
In Between Career Transitions with Felicia Garland
Sometimes the employment journey takes unexpected turns. At times, you may have control over the changes you encounter, and sometimes you may not. In the same way, the pandemic had an impact on many career transitions because of the effect it had on a country's economic downturn.
Today Beverly talks to Felicia Garland, a financial planner who has decided to pivot her career from being a practicing lawyer to taking on a non-legal role.
A Fun and Inspiring Conversation with Precious L. Williams
Get ready for an inspiring and fun conversation with Precious L. Williams also known as "Killer Pitch Master". She is a Founder, CEO of Perfect Pitches and was featured in Forbes magazine, CNN, Wall Street Journal and so on.
Precious will share her employment journey, her tips and tricks together with some information on how women entrepreneurs needed to become the killer pitch master in all industries.
Dr. Moyo Shares his Insights on COVID and What’s Next in Medicine
It’s been more than a year since the pandemic first began. And while we see a lot of changes now compared to the first wave of Coronavirus, it’s important to realize that it’s not yet over.
Today Beverly talks to Dr. Leeroy Moyo, one of the frontline doctors fighting the war against COVID-19. After working his way through medical school, he became a physician who, for the past eight years, has taken care of hospitalized patients. At present, he’s Chief Hospitalist in the St. Joseph’s Healthca
Diversity Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Diana Artis
As we celebrate Black History Month, let’s not forget the importance of knowing how to embrace differences and interact with people who may not look like us, not just for this month, but also for the upcoming months.
Today Beverly is talking to Dr. Diana Artis, CEO and founder of Olive Branch Educators, about her professional journey towards her mission in diversity, equity and inclusion. She started as a student of psychology and became a clinical psychologist.
A fresh perspective in social psychology that embraces change for our commuties
Very informative, Beverly addresses the issues for the rest of us seeking our next steps in an ever changing economy. A must have podcast!