Today's topic: matching peoples abilities to technology. Dave and Doug discuss wheelchair accessible transportation, how it's evolved and where it's headed with Ty Beck, General Manager of Alamo Mobility in San Antonio, Texas.
The job of a development director, working with large groups, corporations and individuals to raise donations for schools and nonprofits. It's all about donors for the town and gown as Dave and Doug speak with Gary Grant, VP of Development, Florida Institute of Technology.
It's about having a mentor and being a mentor, using computers and media arts to inspire young minds. It's hip hop and technology and computers for kinds. Hear how it all comes together as Dave and Doug talk with Matt Burke producer, writer and mentor.
Seals and sea lions, birdwatching, scuba diving, traveling the world, observing animal and human behavior and how it relates to education. Dave and Doug talk with Nedra Hecker animal expert and literacy enthusiast.
Balancing work and fun, how to be taken seriously, when you're a fun loving guy. Doug and Dave speak with Dave Scott about how intensity and a caring environment can create an atmosphere for growth.
Find out what pickle ball, the word interstitial, and Julie from the Love Boat all have in common. Dave and Doug speak with Belynda Tharpe about the lifestyle of a lifestyle director.
Learn how one man, Michael Catcott, turned a humble hardware store in to a retail shopping experience. It's all about customizing products and services to your customers. Find out how he did it.
The good and bad of moving from a analog to a digital workflow as seen through the eyes of a media storyteller: Stace Carter. Plus the difference between stem and steam . . .
Dave and Doug speak with Bob McCullough about public relations as a career. Bob is PR Director at Morgan’s Wonderland, a theme park of inclusion, a special place designed for individuals with special needs in San Antonio Texas.
Doug and Dave talk with Al Kordowski about training service animals, falconry, and just what is a dirt hawker?
NBA scout Matt Doherty talks with Doug and Dave about basketball and gives tips on what to look for when evaluating your employee's ability.
Communicating without words, Rob Wicall former San Antonio Spurs "Coyote" talks about his journey from a world famous mascot to teacher of personal branding.
Getting started in the media industry. Talking with Chris Duel about building a successful career. From comedian to radio to hosting a television show. How to stick with it.
Today we talk with Andi Hearn a court appointed advocate for children. She helps us understand what it's like overseeing children in foster care and the importance of just being there.
Ever wonder how it’s done behind the scenes? Today we talk to a man who knows how to have some fun, Doug Stagner COO of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
Listen to a story of a man with service in his blood: George Morstatt, teacher, Marine, volunteer firefighter and dispatcher. We learn his take on creating a culture of “looking out for your community.
Today, the journey of Dru Stowe who traded helicopter design for a life in music, becoming a talent booking agent, and Dave’s encounter with the Smothers Brothers, stories from the stage.
Dave & Doug discuss today’s changing workplace, from retail stores to drones. And: learning from the behaviors of people, animals and managers with Tim Morrow, Executive Director of the San Antonio Zoo.
Today we study the tricks of writing bad letters of recommendation and Dave & Doug talk to a professor of psychology about meeting the needs of her students, in class, in the workforce and online.
It’s a merger of storytelling, theatre and mystery as Doug and Dave learn from a freelance historical consultant Jeff Clarke.
Dave and Doug resurrect memories of old cars as they talk with a restorer of Volkswagen buses. How to turn your hobby in to a business, right here on Job Talk.