Own Your Career

Own Your Career with Rod Colon

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Helping students and professionals manage their career as a business - the CEO of Me, Inc.

On-Demand Episodes

Best of Own Your Career - Interview with Rod Colon

The Best of "Own Your Career" Radio Show episode on Personal Branding.

Chances are good that as the CEO of Me, Inc. Enterprises you've taken a time management class, read about it in books, and tried to use an electronic or paper-based day planner to organize, prioritize and schedule your day. "Why,... more

Guest: Su Brooks Toastmasters International (TI) is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. Through its... more

Rod Colon answers your career management questions in this episode of Own Your Career. Networking 7 Step Job Search Methodology Personal Branding Leveraging Your Employer as a Client Targeting a Resume The "T"... more

The Mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented underserved youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership. In this episode of Own Your Career, Michael Holmes (Chief Operating Officer... more

Eric Di Monte is a Senior Corporate Recruiter and is a Talent Acquisition Manager at Univision within their HR organization. He has over 15 years' experience in the recruitment field where he has worked on both corporate and... more

Despite downward trends in unemployment across the country, veterans who served during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars still have difficulty finding work. About one in 11 of them 9% were jobless in 2013. Analysts say finding work is... more

The CEO of Me, Inc. must find a way to capture the insights and visions of people who reflect the growing diversity of their business partners that span the globe. They must learn to harness the collective ideas of their diverse &... more

Your elevator pitch is great for networking. Many formal networking organizations limit members to 60-second presentations. It also works in social situations when you're asked the usual icebreaker, ?What do you do?? Tonight Rod takes you... more
Show Extras

Comments

 comments