Linda Thrasher, co-founder of Greenfield Nitrogen, discusses the common thread in a career that has been everywhere.
Former St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman discusses his transition from public service leadership to nonprofit leadership, including his desire to search out opportunity that allowed him to have a direct impact on the community. Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity was the opportunity that allowed more than just talking about big things, but also the ability to do and build big things.
Deb Pierce, former deputy assistant director of the FBI, shares her advice for navigating through what’s next in a career, including wisdom shared by a superior about the importance of selling yourself that served her both inside and outside the FBI.
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Listen to how this successful PR agency executive and entrepreneur arranges the pieces of her career to stay focused on what she loves to do while moving from business owner through job search to corporate communications leader to the next chapter in her career. Beth shares lessons learned along each step along the way.
Careers are shaped by defining moments throughout our lives. Nancy Dahl talked with us about her career trajectory, the pivot points that shaped her path, the people that played a role, and the nuggets of advice they offered that influenced each of her career decisions along the way.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to create, build and shape a career that not only utilizes your skills and strengths but also feeds your passion? Portfolio careers often provide that path for people. Anne Pryor talks about how her portfolio career began as a freedom plan and how it allows her to coach, connect and inspire others. Learn how she moved from a traditional career path to forging her own path with multiple branches.
Career paths are rarely a straight line, David Bruns' career is no exception. Listen to the twists and turns this well published speculative fiction author's career has taken and what ties it all together. David Bruns' profile used to be filled with buzzwords like “leadership,” “sales & .service channels,” “field operations” and “competitive differentiator.” For almost two decades, he revelled in the challenges of corporate life. He was good at his job, until, one day, it just wasn’t fun anymore.