In this episode, Jessica Schaeffer of LaSalle Network joins host Kim White to kick off the New Year talking about career resolutions, resumes and interviewing tips.Most people think about changing jobs because of a boss or to make more money says, Jessica Schaeffer. One tip, Schaeffer recommend is for everyone’s job search is to quantify what you do for the organization.Do you help your company save money by being more efficient?Do you create new revenue by providing excellent customer service?What value do your bring to your company?Her next tip is to add your value to your resume and practice your interview before you go.Culture is important to both the employee and the company. Currently, the job market is experiencing one of the most diverse time periods, with multiple generations all working together. Schaeffer recommends employers embrace all generations and balance the best of each group. Schaeffer also recommends you think about a new hobby or new skill for the new year because the excitement we feel about something new is contagious and it will help your attitude throughout the year!
This documantary takes you on a tour of the Kroehler YMCA to discover its past struggles and how it pioneered well-being in its members’ lives. See for yourself how the YMCA first arrived in Naperville, how it adapted through decades of change, and how one organization can make such a big impact on an entire community.
Scott Pelley has been a reporter and photographer for more than 45 years. Pelley writes as a witness to events that changed our world, including the collapsing World Trade Center on 9/11 and private moments with presidents he’s known for decades.
On the latest episode of Business Connection, host Liz Spencer, chats with:
1) Legal-Ease Law Clinic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit law firm providing affordable representation.
2) Dunham Counseling offers expert, compassionate individualized counseling to help our clients find relief from stress and anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, anger, and conflict.
3) Dealer Inspire, the innovative, scrappy disruptor building unprecedented technologies for dealerships to sell and service more cars.