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There is lots of anger in our nation. I'm hearing most of it comes from an angry society. People who are not seeing nor reaching the goals of their parents. Bee says the anger comes from those who have failed. Either they don't know how to do better or they believe they cannot do better. All it takes is Job readiness. Job readiness is the requirement for getting a job. Job readiness is a self help skill that must be developed. The key element is getting a job. Goal planning is a map to get you to the job you desire. Most people must undergo a mental preparation. Then budgeting your every activity is a must, because it takes money to make money. Peace of mind is a requirement during job search and once hired. Therefore, delegating responsibilities gives you much needed peace, as you search for your piece of the pie. The last thing we'll cover is skill assessment. With proper skill assessment you gain a mental picture of you on at least 2 to 3 jobs of your liking. To achieve it you need to see it and believe it is yours to have.
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This week we cover the life of Job; a man who lost everything and still held onto his faith. Job reminds us that even when life makes no sense and we don't understand what is happening to us, God is still in control, waiting to lift us up...we just have to have faith!
You're finally graduating and getting that sheep skin. For you young folks that means . . . you're getting your diploma. Now, you've got to find a job to start paying your way in the real world. Join us for this episode of Spartan Life Radio when we talk with Alisha Bazemore, Director of Career Services at Norfolk State University. Ms. Bazemore talks about job prospects, market projections and will give tips on resume' writing, getting an interview and landing that job! Class of 2016 . . . tune in for some great information and insights on getting a great job.
Today almost everyone you talk with has employment issue. There are the jobless. The low wage earners. Those who have been on the same job for years. Those who are living on one salary when a few years ago they had two salaries in the household. There is no reason for Americans to be jobless, earning too little money, not getting promotions, or to be in the same position working 3 years down the line. Today is the day for you to conquer your employment issues. If you have been doing job search more than 60 days you need to listen to todays show. Getting hired starts with job readiness. Let's have a cup of coffee every Thursday 4:30 CT
The presence of robots and other intelligent machines is only going to grow in our workplaces and in our personal lives. While plenty of people worry about robots putting them out of work, another consideration has to do with how we view those machines and their new jobs.
Research shows that we tend to view humanlike robots and software agents as real people, whether they are merely a voice on the phone or are crafted in a humanoid form factor with a face, arms and legs. Or, consider a situation where humans have to evaluate a robot's job performance.
The latter is a topic that MIT Sloan Management Center for Digital Business Research Fellow Michael Schrage has examined in a recent Harvard Business Review article. Will we be disappointed when an autonomous car doesn't drive the way that we do? Is that fair to the robot, or at least its designer? Will a robot in the workplace be held to the same key performance indicators (KPIs) as a human employee? Is that fair to the human employee?
Schrage, author of the books Serious Play, Who Do You Want Your Customers to Become? and The Innovator's Hypothesis, joins All Analytics Radio to discuss some of the ways that dealing with autonomous and intelligent machines will call for changes in our processes and our viewpoints. Designers, managers, owners, and "co-workers" might have to rethink how they deal with machines doing what once were human jobs.
Be sure bring your questions and comments to the streaming audio page and join the discussion on the All Analytics text chat, Wednesday, April 27, at 1 pm.
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