Senior Assistant Director of Career Communication Bob Franco will make a guest appearance on Brother Greg Cellini's radio show, Thank God For Monday, on WSOU (89.5 FM) to discuss the transitions it takes for individuals and professional organizations to make real and efficient positive change from the inside out.
Brother Greg Cellini's show with Bob Franco will air live on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 8:30 to 9 a.m. on WSOU.
The program will focus on job seeking skills and what it means to deal with change and transitions from the context of inside a business or looking for a job. The points to look out for include the way that people and companies market themselves in an ever-changing professional environment.
Franco will note the importance of strategic planning for both businesses and individuals by touching on personal anecdotes about the coaching work that he does in Seton Hall's Career Center and the leadership he recently brought to a local basketball league.
Favorite topics of Brother Greg include bringing a sense of accountability and
fulfillment to the 21st century workplace.
"The purpose of Thank God For Monday is to inspire listeners to take personal responsibility for their professional satisfaction," says host Brother Greg Cellini, adding "The show strives to provide hope and healing and peace during these difficult times and motivate each listener to search deep inside themselves in the quest for fulfillment."
A graduate of Rutgers College and Stevens Institute of Technology, Franco has been highlighted in The Innovation Superhighway (Debra Amidon); Leverage Points (Pegasus Communications) and the Downtown Business Quarterly (Institute for Business Trends Analysis). He has appeared in interviews on WABC-TV, AOL Jobs, NJ-12, WalletHub, and NerdWallet.
Franco mentors undergraduates and graduate students as well as alumni in his work in the Career Center at Seton Hall. He serves as an adjunct professor in the College of Communication and The Arts, teaching four leadership-oriented courses: "Writing for the Organization and Client," "Effective Presentations," "Leading Organizational Transformation" and Strategic Communication Planning." He also delivers a Leadership Summit for graduate students.
Franco came to the Seton Hall Career Center with a background as a Senior Human Resources Generalist with varied corporate experience including American Express, Novartis, Automatic Data Processing and Community Education Centers.
This achieved businessman is also the author of two recent books, "Corporate Storyteller: The Art of Noticing Things" (2015) and "Sidelines" (2016), which are both available on Amazon.
Thank God For Monday is available by tuning in to WSOU at 89.5 FM or online at from 8:30 to 9 a.m by clicking here »
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