How is Leadership Woven into Your Organization? -Part 2

PART 2 – Building and Sustaining the Gains: Advice for Recruiters and Executive Talent Randy Pound, VP of Centennial, Inc. spent time talking with Dr. Fred “DocFred” Simkovsky on a recent installment of his Visions of Success Internet talk radio …

Networking | Are You Close with Your Auto Mechanic?

In this age of increasingly short-term job cycles, networking is an essential skill for managing your career. Many people think that networking is simply a euphemism for asking for a job--nothing could be further from the truth. If you are truly networking you are building resources, acquiring information, and offering assistance to others all at the same time.

Choosing Excellence – Next ExecuNet Event

Cincinnati/Tri-State ExecuNet Meeting “Meet the right people. Gain the right insight. Make opportunity happen.”   Join us on August 1st! Speaker: Jeffery E. Lay, CMT Fighter Pilot, Cancer Survivor, Trusted Advisor ExecuNet   Rookwood Towers 7th Floor Conference Rm 3805 Edwards …

Cincinnati Works – Changing Lives One Job at a Time

As a recruiting company, we recognize and value what a job really means. It means income, community, opportunity, productiveness, self-confidence and change. We applaud the efforts of everyone at Cincinnati Works who is making these truths a reality by building …

The Hiring Process 101: Finding The Perfect Fit – Part 3

At Centennial, we align ourselves with good partners to round out our expertise. Here, Centennial’s Mike Sipple, Jr. and Stratum U.S.A.’s Jerry Howard have co-authored a three-part series on the ins and outs of hiring, from the planning stage to …

Centennial Represents at PLN Dodgeball Tournament!

Mike Sipple, Jr., Vice President of Centennial, Inc. and Membership Chair for the Professional Leadership Network, sponsored a team for the 2012 PLN Dodgeball Challenge that raised over $25,000 to send local youth to the Dan Beard Boy Scout Challenge Camp. This was an …

City Gospel Mission – Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Despair

City Gospel mission envisions a Greater Cincinnati without the poverty and despair that is so evident today. They desire to empower men, women and at-risk youth to break the cycle, doing this through three key pillars, educating, encouraging a relationship with a caring adult and instilling in them a relationship with Jesus. Focusing their work on Christian foundations, City Gospel Mission continues to be a light of hope to those in need.