Career Buzz – Radio Show

“What are we on the planet to do, if not to try things?”

In this episode, host Erica Mattison and guest Amandine Le Roux Hancock explore how to enable your curiosity to guide you to a rich career that is an expression of who you are. They get into topics including mindfulness, work-life harmony, resilience, movement-building, the value of grounding our career and life choices in love and playfulness. [...]

May 22nd, 2024|0 Comments

Transformation of Higher Education in an AI-Driven Era

Over the last five years, numerous critiques from reputable sources like CBC, HBR, Forbes, NBC, Times Higher Education, The Atlantic, and the Brookings Institution have questioned the adequacy of current higher education systems. With the explosive growth of AI in the past year, every sector, including higher education, has been significantly disrupted. Dave Goldberg is [...]

April 17th, 2024|0 Comments

When war disrupts your career and life – What to do? Where to go?

In 2022, just when Anastasiia Zhemchugova landed her dream job in an international law firm in Kyiv, Ukraine, war disrupted her career and life.Her firm had an office in Prague so she worked there for a while but without the local language skills it was complicated. Then, a perfectly timed opportunity emerged – from Canada. Years [...]

April 3rd, 2024|0 Comments

Embracing Ancestral Roots: Geraldine Barney’s Artistic Journey through Indigenous Culture and Landscapes

Join Erica Mattison on this week's episode of Career Buzz with Geraldine. Being an artist is central to Geraldine Barney’s identity. Throughout her career she’s discovered the personal importance of developing a creative practice involving a range of media from prints, to paintings, to songs. As she creates, she honors her Indigenous culture and connection [...]

March 27th, 2024|0 Comments

Do artists retire? Does creativity diminish with age? Guy Maddin & Canadian Artists Network

The Canadian Artists Network is the voice of Canada’s elder professional artists – across all disciplines. It offers programs that enable artists to remain relevant, connected, informed, and motivated. Artists don’t retire. Their creativity and skills do not diminish with age. Creativity lives forever. The Canadian Artists Network raises awareness of the value of these artists [...]

February 7th, 2024|Tags: |0 Comments

What does the term “social reciprocity” mean and why is it important?

Join Dr. Hoda Kilani with Shelly Elsliger and Thomas Powner to answer questions like, "Why is a cover letter called a “cover letter”? and more. Shelly Elsliger https://linkedexpress.ca/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/selsliger/ Thomas Powner https://www.careerthinker.com/about/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tompowner/ Dr. Hoda Kilani LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/hodas-career-info/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/rightcareerfit Twitter (X): @RightCareerFit Instagram: @right_career_fit

January 24th, 2024|0 Comments

Career Buzz – Denis Gravelle and Marian Bernard

“Your network is your net worth!” Dr. Hoda Kilani of Right Career Fit invites Denis Gravelle of Devant, which helps international students in the Canadian job search market, and Marian Bernard, resume expert, on the show to share how their networks got them their next opportunities in their career journey. She explores the interesting and [...]

December 13th, 2023|0 Comments

Career Buzz – Mahmoud Hudra

Landscaping is a lot harder than lawn care. Stephen Armstrong of Innovation Nation brings an entrepreneurial story of a father and son partnership that started from a local landscaping and construction company. Their first product was a wheelbarrow with an engine and now some of the equipment they sell weighs over 12000 pounds. His guest, [...]

November 8th, 2023|0 Comments
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