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316 – How Government Laws Affect Veteran Employment Opportunities - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
How do state and local licensing laws restrict employment opportunities for Veterans? What can state and local governments do to ensure that Veterans have as many employment opportunities as possible? - Fred Coon,
165- Is the Classroom MBA Becoming Obsolete? Higher Education and the OPM Market - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
More frequently, companies have been hiring workers who are certificate trained. In fact, it appears that the MBA is becoming more of an option and less of a necessity than it has been in past years. - Fred Coon, CEO, Stewart, Cooper & Coon,
163 – The Future of Unions: Where Today’s Youngest Workers Stand on Unionized Workplaces - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
How do Millennials feel about joining unions in today's employment landscape? What can unions do to attract more Millennial membership? What are the major jobs where Millennials may be more apt to join a union?
164 – How Should CEOs Manage Their Board of Directors? - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
What makes up a good Board of Directors? How does a CEO manage and maintain a "healthy" Board? - Fred Coon, CEO of Stewart, Cooper & Coon, interviews Don Russell and Dr. Doug Lind of Clearwater Business Advisers on how CEOs can effectively handle thei...
139- Why Transformational Social Capital Is Critical To Your Career and Business - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
What is the importance of social capital in the workplace? How can it be used to build your network? We all practice transactional capital exchange. Most, however, do not properly manage their transformational social capital. Fred Coon, CEO, Stewart,
158 – ML – The One Factor All Generations Share: Leveraging Common Ground in the Workplace - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
As we know, the differences among Baby Boomers, Gen X’ers, Millennials, and now, Generation Z, are vast; and this fact could not be more evident than when confined to a workplace setting. However, in order to function as a productive team that is both ...
162 – Modern Business: Adapt Quickly for the Sake of Your Career - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
Why is so much attention directed toward Millennials and their expectations in the workplace? Is there really a generational divide/difference, and if so, why? What is important for mature workers to know about working alongside and managing Millennial...
146 – New Talent Operations: A Gen “Y” Discusses Hiring Practices - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
Is organizational culture or priority alignment more important to retaining the Boomers, Gen Xers, or Millennials/Gen Y? Which generation displays the highest average turnover? What can colleges do to help prepare students for the generational mix in ...
152 – Resilience, Tough Love, & Superior Performance in the Workplace - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
What is resilience and why is it important in the workplace? Why is ‘tough love’ an important factor in workplace leadership? How are resilience and superior performance linked, and how can this connection be maximized? -
138 – The Multi-Generational Boardroom: Preparing Millennials To Join Boards of Directors - Stewart, Cooper & Coon | Workplace Strategies
How are corporate boardrooms handling the multi-generational aspect of today's workforce? What are the implications for younger workers attempting to position themselves for board-seats typically held by older occupants? Alexander Lowry,