The Next Generation Catalyst Podcast episode #004!

NGC with Dan Schawbel

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Episode Overview
In this episode of the Next Generation Catalyst Podcast, I chat with entrepreneur, Forbes columnist and author of Promote Yourself: The New Rules of Career Success, Dan Schawbel, about how to get ahead in your career, tomorrow’s workplace trends, why personal branding matters and of course, Millennials.

Episode Takeaways
  • Who is Dan Schawbel.
  • How to stand out in your career.
  • Trends of today’s workplace.
  • The outdated rules of getting ahead in your career.
  • How the Millennials will impact tomorrow’s workplace.
  • Are MBAs needed to grow your career?
  • Must haves to build your personal brand.
  • Ways to leverage technology and social media to build your personal brand.

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Ryan Jenkins

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Internationally recognized speaker and trainer who helps organizations better lead, engage, and market to Millennials and Generation Z. He also shares his top-ranked generational and future of work insights as an columnist.

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