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Katherine Perry on Lunch with Randy & Teddy

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Release Date: 06/30/2021

Amy Lytle and Renee Rohrer discussing working with Non-Profits show art Amy Lytle and Renee Rohrer discussing working with Non-Profits

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Amy Lytle of HandsOnNC.org and Renee Rohrer of Truliantfcu.org joined us today to discuss working with non-profits and Not-For-Profits.

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Vaishali Shah - Preparing to Exit the Work World show art Vaishali Shah - Preparing to Exit the Work World

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Vaishali Shah is a money mentor with Copper Seed. She empowers women to take confident control of their personal finances through education planning and coaching. Vaishali has combined her love of teaching with her experience in personal finance to help her clients use their finances to build fulfilling lives.

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Nancy Friedman the Telephone Doctor sharing Out of the Box Job Tips show art Nancy Friedman the Telephone Doctor sharing Out of the Box Job Tips

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Nancy Friedman is the Founder & Chairman of Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training in St Louis Mo. She helps companies communicate better with their customers & co-workers, offering easy, sound, fun tips, ideas, skills, and techniques for your business.

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Roberta Latham and Mike Wells - Employment Law Conversations show art Roberta Latham and Mike Wells - Employment Law Conversations

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Roberta King Latham and Mike Wells join us on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy to discuss Employment law and how it impacts job seekers.

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Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Nancy Krauss joined us in a conversation about Training and Performance on the Job.

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Nathan DiBagno and Jeff Luttrell on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy show art Nathan DiBagno and Jeff Luttrell on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

We discussed the pending Turnover Tsunami and how job seekers and business owners should address this possible worse problem in our nearly-post pandemic time.

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Karen Sigmon-Smith on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy show art Karen Sigmon-Smith on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Karen Sigmon Smith joins Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy to talk about health and wellness and Allegacy Federal Credit Unions WellQ.

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Jim Martineau on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy show art Jim Martineau on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Jim Martineau is an IT Executive Recruiter and General Manager since joining Martineau Recruiting Technology in 2004. Prior to that, I spent 16-years as an Industrial Engineer and IT Professional/Consultant.

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Jason Stitt on Lunch Conversation with Randy & Teddy show art Jason Stitt on Lunch Conversation with Randy & Teddy

Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy

Jason Stitt joins Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy to discuss:

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Terri Cummings and Danielle Rose on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy - 7/14/21 show art Terri Cummings and Danielle Rose on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy - 7/14/21

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Terri & Danielle discuss Internships on Lunch Conversations with Randy & Teddy. Leslie Speas fills in as a Cohost in Teddy's absence.

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A native of Winston-Salem, Katherine Perry has dedicated most of her professional career to the non-profit sector across the state of North Carolina, including roles in public relations, development, volunteer management, event planning, and community engagement. Before assuming the role of Executive Director, Katherine served Leadership Winston-Salem as the Program Director from 2017 to 2021 and recently led the organization in its pivot to a virtual environment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring the continued education and growth of community leaders.
1. Community engagement is the best way to expand your network and create meaningful relationships that will help you improve your community and provide opportunities for advancement. "I don't care what you know until I know that you care"
 
*-LWS provides networking opportunities for alumni to connect on a personal level, make new friends, find support groups, as well as learn of other career paths (to name a few examples).
 
2. Community engagement goes a long way towards providing an example of your ability to work with diverse populations. Leaders that embrace these opportunities on boards and committees are likely to work with a diverse spectrum of people from different professional sectors and personal backgrounds. Working with people who have different perspectives than you is the best way to learn and grow and companies recognize this as a strength.
 
3. Both For and Non-Profits want employees that are committed to and immersed in their community to ensure longevity. Their investment in a new employee is for naught if they leave for greener pastures less than a year after being hired because they aren't connected to their community.
 
4. From a corporate perspective - community engagement is critical to being respected and trusted by your constituents/ members of the community.
 
5. Increasing your network by engaging in your community allows you to be a connector. This can catapult your worth in your community as well as within your network. The ability to make connections between people with resources and community opportunities is an invaluable skill/ resource.
 
6. Community engagement is a great way to facilitate positive change. If you love your job but loathe your community, you will likely leave. Changing jobs means having to start over again building equity with your employer and your community. "Bloom where you are planted!"