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136 | Indeed Interactive – Paul Wolfe, Austin, TX

Episode 136 is live! This week, we talk with Paul Wolfe in Austin, TX.

Paul is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Indeed.com. He oversees all global human resource functions, including talent acquisition, employee retention, compensation, benefits, and employee development. Paul has over 15 years of experience as a human resources executive having served as a VP and SVP at number of well-known companies, including Match.com, Orbitz, Conde Nast and Ticketmaster.

On today’s episode, Paul shares what benefits employees want, including unlimited paid time off, loan assistance, and increased parental leave.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Paul or Indeed, visit the Indeed website at www.indeed.com.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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135 | Brainfluence – Roger Dooley, Austin, TX

Episode 135 is live! This week, we talk with Roger Dooley in Austin, TX.

Roger is an author, international keynote speaker, and consultant. He is a recognized expert in the use of brain and behavior research to improve marketing, sales, and customer experience. He’s the author of the best-selling book Brainfluence: 100 Ways to Persuade and Convince Consumers with Neuromarketing. Roger also writes the popular blog Neuromarketing, and the Brainy Marketing column for Forbes.

On today’s episode, Roger shares what motivates us at work, why first impressions matter, and how to use the concepts of pricing to negotiate a job offer.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Roger, visit his website here. You can also find Brainfluence on Amazon here.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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134 | Getting Great References – Ray Bixler, Philadelphia, PA

Episode 134 is live! This week, we talk with Ray Bixler in Philadelphia, PA.

Ray is the CEO of SkillSurvey, an online reference checking firm that helps organizations recruit, hire, and retain talent. In addition, Ray has more than 20 years of human resource and career development experience.

On today’s episode, Ray shares his advice for identifying and getting great references. He shares the latest trend in reference checking technology. And, he also shares tips on how to avoid common mistakes we make as job seekers.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Ray and his company SkillSurvey, visit his website at www.skillsurvey.com.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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133 | Surviving Unplanned Career Change – Michelle Hynes, Portland, Oregon

Episode 133 is live! This week, we talk with Michelle Hynes in Portland, Oregon.

Michelle is a coach and consultant with deep roots in mission-focused organizations. She has a passionate interest in how people navigate planned and unplanned change.  Michelle helps to ease transitions, nurture growth, and create supportive structures for teams.

On today’s episode, Michelle shares her tips on surviving unplanned career change, from reaching out to friends for help to job seeking to talking about what happened.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Michelle, visit her website at http://www.michellehynes.com/. Here are links to the additional resources Michelle mentions in the episode.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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132 | How to be a Digital Nomad – Tamara Murray, United States

Episode 132 is live! This week, we talk with Tamara Murray.

Tamara is a digital nomad who runs my own one-woman communications firm, Well-Rounded Communications, while traveling full-time for the past two and a half years. Tamara is also the author of the book Awesome Supervisory Skills: Seven Lessons for Young, First Time Managers.

On today’s episode, Tamara shares what it means to be a digital nomad, the pros and cons to being a digital nomad, and the misconceptions. She also discusses the topic of remote working and work from home.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Tamara and her company, visit her website at www.wellroundedcommunications.com. To follow her travels online, visit her travel site www.nomadswithavan.com. And, to get a copy of her book, visit Amazon here.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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131 | Finding a Great Job – Larry Smith, Ontario, Canada

Episode 131 is live! This week, we talk with Larry Smith in Ontario, Canada.

Larry is a professor of economics at the University of Waterloo in Canada where he coaches his students to find careers that they will truly love. In 2011, Larry presented a TED Talk titled “Why you will fail to have a great career” that has received over 5 million views. He also authored No Fears, No Excuses: What You Need to Do to Have a Great Career.

On today’s episode, Larry shares the secret to surviving in today’s job marketing, and to finding a truly great career. He also shares the reasons why you may fail to find yours.

Listen and learn more! You can play the podcast here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher.

To learn more about Larry, visit the University of Waterloo’s website. To check out Larry’s TED Talk, visit the TED website. And, to get a copy of Larry’s book, No Fears, No Excuses, visit Amazon here.

Thanks to everyone for listening! And, thank you to those who sent me questions. You can send your questions to Angela@CopelandCoaching.com. You can also send me questions via Twitter. I’m @CopelandCoach. And, on Facebook, I am Copeland Coaching.

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