Changing How People Perceive Skilled Trades with Dieter Moeller

How do we turn the perceptions of trade skills around and show it as the lucrative and fulfilling work that it is?

How does the manufacturing industry provide an equal opportunity to compete with the newer fields? Dieter Moeller, CEO at Rhinestahl Corporation, says that the skills trade business has dramatically evolved over the years. Innovation has turned this long-standing industry into one with greater employment opportunities. Today, Mike and Dieter share a deep conversation about the […]

Seven Enemies of Success for Newly Promoted Leaders – Part 2

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In part one of this two part series, we took a look at 3 of the 7 enemies of success for newly promoted leaders. They are sneaky enemies that can easily take you by surprise, which is why so many really talented individuals fail in new roles.  A deeper dive into each enemy can be […]

The Warren Bennis Leadership Experience with Jack FitzGerald

Leaders are made, not born. We all have the potential to be great leaders.

Has someone ever inspired you so deeply that it changed your life and your mission? Today’s guest, Jack FitzGerald, not only had his life changed, but he has also dedicated himself to changing others’ lives, too. Jack is the founder of the Warren Bennis Leadership Experience, an annual event in Cincinnati. Jack shares how the […]

Considering an Interim C-Suite Position?

Make sure you listen to Dan Hurley's Talent Magnet Institute podcast

I was recently listening to Dan Hurley’s Talent Magnet Institute podcast interview with Mike Sipple Jr., “Becoming Fully Human.” In the podcast, Dan shares that his “retirement job” is serving as host of a local NPR radio show.  However, before “retirement,” Dan was a teacher, historian, Director of Leadership for Leadership Cincinnati, the interim CEO […]

Workforce Solutions: Investing in Purpose and People with Janice Urbanik

It takes $50,000 to support a family of four, but only 1 out of 4 jobs pays that kind of salary. Something is very wrong with this picture.

A business should be more than just a means to an end. More than making money, it should be seen as a tool that can bring good into the world. To do this, we need to change how businesses do business, and this starts with how we treat our employees. In today’s conversation, Mike and […]

Employee Engagement and Your Remote Workforce

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For those of us who have worked remotely, it can be a tremendous benefit both personally and professionally.  However, along with the very long list of pros, there are a few cons that can make remote work challenging.  One of the biggest obstacles of being a remote worker is the engagement factor.  How can you […]

Goering Center Family & Private Business Awards Gala

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The Centennial team is honored to be chosen for the 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award for Family Businesses with 1-15 employees.  The awards gala was an incredible celebration of family and private businesses, topped off with extraordinary tribute to John Goering, the Goering Center founder and chairman, who will soon become chairman […]

Centennial Selected As “Family Business of the Year” by Goering Center for Family & Private Business

Mike Sipple Jr. and Mike Sipple Sr. Also Honored as "Volunteers of the Year"

Centennial Inc. is proud to be named the winner of the 19th Annual 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award. Northern Kentucky – Cincinnati, Ohio September 13, 2018 – Centennial Talent Strategy and Executive Search is the recipient of the 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award for Family Businesses with 1-15 employees. […]

The Value of Inclusion, Diversity, and Clowns with Paul Miller

What happens when you pair humor with the ability to push boundaries?

Did you know there’s such a thing as ‘medicinal clowning?’ Or that clowns are used in child surgery to reduce the number of drugs needed? Our guest this week is Paul Miller, former Ringling Brothers performer and creator of Circus Mojo, a circus act with a mission. It might be fun and games, but Paul’s […]

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Announces New President & CEO

Ericka Copeland-Dansby tapped for role after extensive national search

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September 20, 2018 For Immediate Release Cincinnati Youth Collaborative’s (CYC) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Ericka Copeland-Dansby has been named the organization’s new President & CEO. Copeland-Dansby will succeed Jane Keller, who is retiring from CYC to pursue her next career at the end of November 2018 after twelve years leading the […]