Podcasts are a convenient – and free – way to engage in learning and professional development on your own time. Put one on in the car, while you’re walking the dog, cooking dinner – wherever you like to listen, these podcasts cover many career-related topics. You may want to share them with your clients or give them a listen yourself.
British careers expert Tristram Hooley is several episodes into his new podcast, which features career-related debate and discussion with people working in the field. This podcast sometimes takes a global focus, sharing insights about career development from Hooley’s recent visits to Hong Kong and Norway.
While this may fall under the category of podcasts to share with your clients, career professionals might also find it interesting to hear the perspectives of fellow resume writers, career experts, recruiters and HR experts who share their advice on the show. Topics include resume writing, interviewing, job searching, job sites, hidden job market and personal branding.
This podcast covers a wide variety of topics in areas including careers, leadership, marketing and economics. While some are outside of the realm of career development, many are likely to be of interest (for example, recent episodes “How to Be a Great Mentor” and “Our Most Popular Advice on Advancing Your Career”). Transcripts are available.
Author Jenny Blake hosts intimate conversations with authors and friends on finding opportunities in unexpected places through practical tips and tools. She urges others to learn to embrace fear, insecurity, imperfection and intuition as superpowers while navigating the career pivot process.
This podcast brings people together who are in their “second half of life” to discuss how to repurpose their careers for the 21st century. Career experts offer strategies and people share stories of how they repurposed their careers.
This podcast is all about helping listeners find balance and happiness in their career. Hosts Liz Dolan and Rico Gagliano give advice on everything from how to avoid burnout at work to how to know when it’s time to move on from a job.
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