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The Right Attitude is Everything!
I wanted to revisit an article I had read some time ago that I recently came across again entitled, “Why I Regretted Hiring the Perfect Employee,” by Marc Lore. Now, I don’t know Marc nor do I typically follow his blog posts but I happened across this article and he highlighted several points that I … Continue reading “The Right Attitude is Everything!”
Business Advice from The Greatest Generation
The Cameron-Brooks team would like to introduce a new guest writer to the blog, Hope Drury! Hope is a Recruiting Specialist for the Cameron-Brooks team, and we are excited to share some of her “millennial musings” as a young business professional. Enjoy! As a millennial, I’ve had a lifetime to absorb and process years of … Continue reading “Business Advice from The Greatest Generation”
5 Steps to Building Credibility with a New TeamI recently interviewed Rob Carranza for the Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Above and Beyond. Rob is a former Air Force Navigator with a Mechanical Engineering degree. In the podcast, we get into some interesting topics about his background and his transition to Johnson & Johnson as a Product Development Engineer. In his first role at J&J, he … Continue reading "5 Steps to Building Credibility with a New Team"
February 20, 2017 Career Management Enthusiasm General General Uncategorized Interview tips Podcasts
Cameron-Brooks Podcast :: Episode 19 – The Life of an R&D Lifecycle Manager [Part 1]
Thanks for listening to the Cameron-Brooks Podcast! In this episode, I interview Rob Carranza, R&D Lifecycle Manager at Johnson & Johnson. Rob earned his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and is a former Air Force Navigator. He gives some really good perspective and our conversation went pretty long, so I broke the conversation in two … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Podcast :: Episode 19 – The Life of an R&D Lifecycle Manager [Part 1]”
Demonstrating Interest and the Power of “Why”
We recently completed our fourth Career Conference of 2016 and have our fifth and final Career Conference of 2016 to kick off in less than one month. An overarching theme for this year is companies are most definitely hiring but the economy is still such where companies can afford to, and will be, selective in … Continue reading “Demonstrating Interest and the Power of “Why””