My second-ever podcast interview just released today (5/16) -- and it's such a great complement to my first-ever that I wanted to share them both with you here.
Last year I was a special guest for the Mac's List Find Your Dream Job podcast, which I recommend often to job-seekers. The wide range of topics and experts makes the archives a terrific resource for people at every stage of career, anywhere in the U.S. You can hear me in episode #20 ("Reinventing your career"), and also as a guest host for Kerry Hannon's episode ("Ageism is alive and well, but you can fight it"). I'm grateful to Mac and his team for making the time we spent together lots of fun and a very rich learning experience.
The newer interview is with Angela Copeland of Copeland Coaching, who's also been a Mac's List guest. I enjoyed talking with Angela about a tough topic: unplanned career changes, including layoff situations. The first question Angela asked me was: "What's the hardest thing about a career change you didn't plan for?" My response focuses on the loss of two big things: security and identity. The interview is full of good questions from Angela and practical tips from both of us.
If you listen to one or both podcasts -- I'd love to know what you found most useful or interesting. I could make your favorite moment the topic of a future blog!
If you're not a big podcast listener -- take a peek at the resources that are part of the show notes for each.
Thanks for reading. Best wishes for a wonderful week. --Michelle