Candidates: Assess Company Culture When Interviewing

The OAR Approach Will Propel You Forward

Too often, job candidates forget that interviewing is a two-way street. Certainly, the interviewer assesses whether or not the candidate is a fit in terms of competency and organizational culture. Similarly, the candidate should size up the company and its culture–at the time of the interview, not after working there six months. Figuring out a […]

Suits That Rock: Using Rock Music to Understand Business

What can rock music teach us about business? Listen to this episode to find out.

What can rock music teach us about business? Joining us on today’s episode is John Domaschko, managing member of the incredible initiative Suits That Rock, a fundraising concert for charity whose performers are business and professional leaders. When you have a VP, or managing partner, or a CEO up on stage performing at a rock […]

Exclusive Versus Inclusive Capitalism with Ed Rigaud

We need to shift the whole notion of how capitalism is applied at every socioeconomic level.

Inclusivity is important — but what does it look like as it relates to capitalism? On this episode of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast we have Ed Rigaud, the President and CEO of EnovaPremier, and today we’re talking about the concept of inclusive capitalism. How can we realize freedom in a way that’s possible for […]

Becoming an Emotionally Healthy Leader with Pete Scazzero

Embrace your limits and your humanity.

What is an emotionally healthy leader? And what can you do to become one? Joining us on this episode of the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast is Pete Scazzero, founder of the New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York, the co-founder of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, and the author of The Emotionally Healthy Leader. Today we’re […]

Social Corporate Responsibility with Paul Fox

People are the most important asset any business has.

Welcome to a very special episode of Talent Magnet Institute with our guest host Jessica Baron, the Vice President of Executive Search for Centennial. Today on the show, we have Paul Fox, a self-described career communicator and formerly with Procter & Gamble, as he shares about leadership and corporate responsibility, how that comes from the […]

Lower Leadership Stress Today

Wise leaders surround themselves with the right people

If you are a business owner or the manager of a large division, you feel daily pressure to perform.  It affects everything you do:  your time, your health, and your sleep.  Stress is normal – and can be healthy as we outlined in this article – however, it would do you a lot of good […]

Creating Vibrant and Prosperous Communities with Jill Meyer

The heart and soul of everything that drives an economy is people, period.

How do you attract talent to your region — and get them to want to stay? Jill Meyer is the President and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, and on today’s episode, we’re talking about talent, inclusion, transportation, and overall regional transformation to elevate our region and make it one of the world’s best […]

The Metropolitan Club Hires Joe Hoffecker as Executive Director

Joe Hoffecker

Centennial was honored to represent this executive search engagement which ultimately led to a great leader, Joe Hoffecker, who will continue the Metropolitan Club’s mission to serve the region and The Met Club members with excellence. COVINGTON, KY – March 27, 2019 – The Metropolitan Club, Greater Cincinnati’s unique and distinctive private business club since […]

The Economic Impact of Early Childhood Education with Amanda Greenwell

Childcare is a long-term investment in shaping the workforce of the future.

Why should businesses and business owners help kids succeed? Joining us today on the Talent Magnet Institute Podcast is Amanda Greenwell, Director of the Northern Kentucky Area Center. On this episode we’re talking about early childhood education: why does it matter, and why should you care? Amanda’s personal experience When Amanda had children, she took […]