Posts Tagged ‘Michael Sherlock’

Mastering the Art of Persuasive Communication With Jeff Tippett – Season 2: Episode 62

Known to many as Mr. Persuasion, Jeff Tippett is a subject matter expert on persuasive communications. Speaking to international audiences through keynotes and seminars, Jeff helps attendees increase their effectiveness, gives them powerful tools to help reach their goals, and empowers attendees to positively impact their organizations or businesses. His second book, released in January…

Dressing Your Best For Job Success With Danielle Bourgeon – Season 2: Episode 61

Danielle’s line of work is all about making things beautiful—whether it’s a stylist with Nina McLemore or a Creative Director at Brandwidth Solutions LLC. She graduated top of her class, valedictorian with her bachelors in fashion marketing from The Art Institute of Philadelphia. Her major acted like a dual major, one foot entrenched in the…

Seeking a New Mission For Our Veterans With Rob Lougee – Season 2: Episode 60

Rob E. Lougee, a service-connected disabled veteran of the Persian Gulf War, was appointed Assistant National Employment Director for the more than 1 million-member DAV on March 21, 2016. From the DAV National Headquarters located in Cold Spring, Kentucky, Mr. Lougee manages special employment initiatives and works with private and public sector entities to develop…

Creating the Perfect Job Resume to Market Yourself With Jackie Hayes – Season 2: Episode 59

Jacqueline Hayes is a three-time author, motivational speaker, and empowerment consultant. Jacqueline helps women to achieve leverage and self-confidence while instilling in them passion, focus and commitment. Her professionalism and firsthand experience have been the sources of her deep knowledge, insight, direction, and understanding of issues in the corporate world, as well as the ability…

Transitioning to Achieve Your Retirement Potential With Myles Smith – Season 2: Episode 58

From growing up in rural ‘ranch country’ New Mexico to traveling the world extensively, Myles Smith has experienced life in a multitude of ways and levels. After a number of career changes, he found that coaching and following a life-long love of writing are the most rewarding and meaningful. Approaching his own retirement, he chose…