WSOU/South Orange, NJ's 'Thank God For Monday' Offers Summer Programming
July 7, 2016 at 11:34 AM (PT)
SETON HALL UNIVERSITY station Rock WSOU (89.5 FM)’s “Thank GOD For MONDAY” radio show is offering a series of specially-focused programs for the summer. Hosted by CLIFTON, NJ, native BROTHER GREG CELLINI, the series kicks off with three programs for recent college graduates, followed by shows that will appeal to workers of all experience levels.
Commented WSOU GM MARK MABEN: “SUMMER is the perfect time for individuals to reflect on the status of their professional lives and to find ways to recharge or refocus for the work challenges that lie ahead in the FALL. I am delighted that BROTHER GREG has put together this series. It’s a perfect marriage of his experience as a human resources professional and his current FRANCISCAN vocation. Listeners will find inspiration and insight from BROTHER GREG and his guests.”
“Thank GOD For MONDAY” airs SATURDAY mornings at 8:30a (ET) and can be streamed live from www.wsou.net and on the iHEARTRADIO app. The program is also available as a podcast through iTUNES. The schedule is as follows:
JULY 9th: ANNE DEETER GALLAHER, co-author of “The Future Belongs To Students In High Gear,” discusses how students can effectively transition from college to career.
JULY 16th: LEILANI BROWN, co-author of “From Campus To Cubicle,” offers tips for one’s first year of professional career life.
JULY 23rd: RUSSELL BUNIO, author of “The Graduate Handbook,” suggests practical advice for members of the class of 2016 as they enter the workforce.
JULY 30th: JETBLUE chairman JOEL PETERSON talks about his book “The 10 Laws Of Trust” and why building trust within organizations is essential to business success and employee satisfaction.
AUGUST 6th: DENNIS C. MILLER, author of “Moppin’ Floors To CEO,” explains how to move from hopelessness and failure to happiness and success.
AUGUST 13th: TAMRA CHANDLER, author of “How Performance Management Is Killing Performance – And What To Do About It,” tells how to rethink, redesign, and reboot performance management systems.
AUGUST 20th: RACHEL MOORE, the author of “The Artist’s Compass: The Complete Guide To Building A Life And A Living In The Performing Arts,” talks about how artists can learn the business skills necessary to launch and sustain their careers.
AUGUST 27th: CEO, author, and speaker KATRINA McGHEE speaks about her book “Loving On Me!” and what to do when you realize it’s time to do something different but you aren’t sure what to do next.
SEPTEMBER 3rd: “Why Are There Snowblowers in Miami?” author STEVEN GOLDSTEIN talks about how to transform your business or career by using five principles of engagement.
More information about "Thank God For MONDAY" can be found online at www.thankgodformonday.com.