Tom Phillips of Thomas Edison State University, and chair of our new Diversity & Inclusion Council, joins us to talk about the importance of the Council, his advice for people feeling alienated and the wubble.
For the 75th episode of Other People's Business, we come to you live from the SobelCo Women's Executive Breakfast where we interviewed Jacqueline Breslauer, Chief Audit Executive of Valley National Bank, on her career, mentoring and dreams for retirement.
Rosanne DeTorres, of DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law, returns to talk about the struggles of domestic violence victims during the COVID-19 quarantine and NJBIA's new Women Business Leaders Council. Also, Vinnie makes good on an apology he's owed Kate for two and a half years. For any victims and survivors of domestic violence who need support, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you're unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to...
Need a break? Check out this compilation of some of our favorite recent podcast episodes to meet our members and get tips on everything from improving your work/life balance to marketing to Gen Z. Please note: Because of all the segments, this one is better viewed than listened to. You can do that at youtube.com/NJBIA, but if you'd still prefer to listen, feel free.
Greg Dillon of OneTeam Financial joins us to talk about why you should be thinking about the taxes you'll pay on your retirement savings now so you don't have to spend your golden years on reruns of the Golden Girls.
Vinnie and Kate look backwards to celebrate NJBIA's 110th anniversary in style while Ash Ahluwalia looks forward to retirement where he says 90 percent of people don't get nearly as much money from the government as they're owed.
Emmy Award winning TV anchor Kerry Barrett drops in to give you advice on how to be better in front of an audience (whether live or virtual) and we pick her brain about things that never die, like vampires, zombies and Cobra Kai.
Jodi Grinwald got so much out of her NJBIA membership that she decided to come work for the Association to tell others what it has to offer. Hear about that, plus her advice for those starting a foundation...
Generation Z is entering the workforce. How do they consume media? How do you market to them? And how many of them watched the Emmys? Find out in our talk with Mark Beal, author of "Decoding Gen Z" and "Career in Transition".