Consultant Tony Sherman sits down to discuss delivery and leadership in this informative career radio show
Marlborough, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/21/2014 -- A recent survey administered by career site Glassdoor.com demonstrated that 38% of the individuals surveyed don't expect a pay increase within the next year. The facts are clear when reading this and other statistics about employment: today's worker doesn't feel confident about their career status. A new business radio show launching this week, Impact Teams Radio, is inspiring workers to to take charge of their careers by following the advice and strategies of proven leaders. Hosted by consultant Tony Sherman, Impact Team Radio is a weekly show allowing listeners to sit with corporate leaders to hear their secrets, insights, and knowledge about revitalize any career for success. Each guess is a current or former Vice President, and among the valuable business information available are the following topics:
- The journeys, struggles and insights of corporate leadership
- What they look for staff to identify leaders to groom
- Surviving and growing in big business
Impact Teams Radio is on-demand real conversations with leaders without attending a pricy MBA course or paying outrageous lecture fees. It's a private talk on leadership with names from the biggest companies in America in the comfort of a living room, car, or anywhere else. Recommended for fans of popular business and leadership titles such as The One Minute Manager, the radio show aims to inspire those who want to grow and succeed in corporate America with valuable insight. Impact Teams Radio is currently available at the show's website, iTunes, Sticher, and Libsyn.
About IMPACT TEAMS RADIO
An internet radio show dedicated to helping today's worker get the skills and tools necessary to take their business acumen and leadership to the next level, Impact Teams Radio interviews a proven leader from Corporate America every week. For more information and to listen to the latest show, please visit Impact Teams Radio