Interviews with world experts on job search topics

Curated Career Conversations is a job search series featuring career industry leaders and disruptors.

 
Selected as one of 150 LinkedIn content creators world wide for a new beta series. Click on the images to access each article.

Selected as one of 150 LinkedIn content creators world wide for a new beta series. Click on the images to access each article.

Emotional Intelligence and your career

Start ups and ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CareerBuilder study of more than 2,600 hiring managers and HR professionals showed that over two-thirds—71%—value EI even more than IQ in employees. Sarah interviewed Justin Bariso, world-renown EQ expert and workforce consultant, for a virtual coffee and conversation.Justin is the author of "EQ Applied: The Real-World Guide to Emotional Intelligence," which uses fascinating research, modern examples, and personal stories to illustrate what this quality looks like in the real world.

Sarah met world-renown innovator, futurist and digital commerce expert, Steve Faktor, for a virtual coffee and conversation on the future of work and entrepreneurship. This article discussed how millennials finding meaning "working for The Man" - how ageing workers can become indispensable - the best career advice he never got...until now - and his prediction of the next big innovation for the future of work.

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memorable and engaging in your job search

I have been a fan of Sam Horn ever since I stumbled on her 2014 TedX Talk titled, "Intrigue - How to Create Interest and Connect with Anyone". She is a world-renowned Author, Keynote Speaker and communications strategist who has coached the world’s top entrepreneurs and executives. This interview covers interview small talk, creating intrigue and the power of stories.


Balancing student loans & your career

"I can't afford to take a pay cut to do the work I really want to do. I have student loans and need to make payments"..... said just about every one of my early career clients.  I have been following Travis Hornsby's writing for several years as he's a regular contributor to several financial blogs that I read.  To date, he’s personally consulted on over $320 million in student debt, more than anyone else in the country.