Welcome to the second half of my conversation with Rob Pearson, Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Career Planning in the Laney Graduate School at Emory University. The first part of our conversation found Rob heeding the siren call for stability and rootedness, which he did by exploring other career paths within the academy. In today's conversation, listen closely for Rob's implicit--yet, clear-eyed--message that each one of us has the opportunity to accept life not as it should be or could have been, but as it is. Such insightful advice for any stage of life and career development!Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rob Pearson is a musicologist by training and a champion of graduate education who is dedicated to preparing graduate students for the range of career options available to them. Currently, Rob serves as the Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Career Planning in the Laney Graduate School at Emory University. Prior to coming to Emory, Rob served as a faculty member in musicology at various academic institutions. Rob earned a PhD in musicology from Brandeis University in 2011.
In our very first remote-recording session, Allen chats with his friend and fellow CPA colleague, Rob Pearson. A partner at Mason & Gardner, Rob has a passion for enhancing the reputation and stature of his hometown of Demopolis, Alabama. Visit Mason & Garner's website Check out Mason & Gardner on Facebook
The PhD job search may land you near and far--then near and far again. With all of this uprootedness, what happens when you want to put down roots? Rob Pearson did just that, and it changed the course of his career for good. This is part one of his story, from itinerant musicologist to leading voice in graduate career services. ------------------------------------------------- Rob Pearson is a musicologist by training and a champion of graduate education who is dedicated to preparing graduate students for the range of career options available to them. Currently, Rob serves as the Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Career Planning in the Laney Graduate School at Emory University. Prior to coming to Emory, Rob served as a faculty member in musicology at various academic institutions. Rob earned a PhD in musicology from Brandeis University in 2011.
Sports sponsorship in the age of Covid-19 | Jill Downey & Rob Pearson
Jill Downey of Core Sponsorship and Rob Pearson of Teneo joined OTB AM to discuss the practicalities of sports sponsorship in the era of Covid-19.They joined Ger Gilroy and Will O'Calaghan on the show.OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels.You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network.via iTunesvia ">Spotifyvia GoLoud
Rob Pearson of Emory University on How to Navigate Your Career
Informational Interview 2.0
How do you align you career to your values, interests and skills? Rob Pearson is here to help answer this question. As Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Career Planning at Emory University in the Laney Graduate School, Rob specializes in helping students answer the hard questions. He knows that career planning can be daunting, but that it doesn’t have to be! Episode #5 of the Informational Interview 2.0 Podcast uncovers tips, tricks, and tools to help those who are asking what the next steps are for their future. In this episode, you’ll learn: Innovation in higher education: how universities can prepare their students for success The process of evaluating career options starting with your values, skills, and goals Tips for graduate students on how to communicate, network, and market themselves The importance of harnessing and showcasing your strengths (We LOVE Clifton Strengths!) How and where you can develop a digital footprint Why networking is valuable and how to improve your skills How educators can inspire, mentor and support their students effectively Navigating the future of innovation and career planning. About Rob Pearson Rob Pearson currently serves as Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Career Planning in the Laney Graduate School at Emory University. He earned a PhD in musicology from Brandeis University in 2011, after which he worked as a faculty member in music history for four years. A committed champion of graduate education, Rob moved into the graduate and postdoctoral career development field, in which he has worked for the last four years helping graduate students and postdocs imagine the range of diverse career options available to them.
Chris and Rifa continue their fun weekly dive into arts, culture, tech and diversity. This week Refigure is a lo-fi episode, entirely taped onto iPhone. Back to normal next week. We watch the second series of Netflix documentary show Abstract, which profiles visionary creatives working in different disciplines of design. Then we introduce a special guest: our new Star Wars Correspondent, our friend and neighbour Rob 'Robot' Pearson. We go round Rob's house to watch the first two episodes of Disney Plus platform's flagship launch show The Mandalorian, set in the Star Wars universe a few years after the events of Return Of The Jedi. In What You Reading For? Rifa is reading the Denise Duffield-Thomas money oriented self-help book Get Rich Lucky Bitch. Chris has got his hands on the new issue of Hampshire-based fanzine Weird Walk and also calls for contributors to help write a fanzine about potatoes. If you're enjoying Refigure, please leave a nice review and a five star rating on whatever system you use. Ta! And you can catch up with us online – and check out some photos of the stuff we talk about on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Thanks a lot for listening. Cheerio.
E267 - Rob Pearson - How to market, build and work on your business.
Hacks & Hobbies
We get to talk with a good friend, Robert Pearson. I met Rob Pearson, back at work at web visible This was many, many years ago. And we stayed connected over the years. I noticed that he’s running an awesome company working on some of the concepts that I myself aspire to some day. We get to talk about marketing, building business, and the difference between working in the business vs on the business. You can get in touch with Rob over at Rareview.com. And through his social media: "80% of our lives should be giving back" Our Guest Rob Pearson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertpearson/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/pearson17 Twitter: https://twitter.com/robsreason Hacks to take Away Launched a company with his brothers called Tad to Ben, which was a full social network for tattoo enthusiasts. He was able to excel because he loves the work that he does. But the structure of the corporate world never really fit for. How I looked at innovation and how I looked at the things that motivated him and how he wanted to move forward in his career. Getting a little bit of that entrepreneurial bug early on, kind of let in, in kind of seeing the other side of it, the experience in the corporate world side of it. As we all know, in the agency world, working with clients has its own different challenges. But when you're your own boss, it's a whole different experience. So we had a really good treasure trove of clients, we could go after and really scale-out the marketing and brand side of our house, the Creative Advertising piece. And so you had built itself up to be pretty great and have a pretty great reputation. I didn't want to spend 20 years at a company getting paid to not do the work that I was super passionate about. Because I think building connections to moving forward is first to brand essential, especially when you're a freelancer or when you're running your own business. ——Connect with Hacks & Hobbies Here!—— You can find Hacks & Hobbies on these popular social media networks: Facebook: fb.com/hacksandhobbies LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/hacksandhobbies Instagram: instagram.com/hacksandhobbies Twitter: twitter.com/hacksandhobbies or through our website: hacksandhobbies.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hacksandhobbies/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hacksandhobbies/support
Final Games Episode 31 - Rob Pearson (PlayStation Access)
Being cast off this week (to quite literally a beach) to play 8 games forever is PlayStation Access' very own, Rob Pearson. If you're a fan of his "Friday Features" then you definitely know what you're in for! A lovely episode full of some serious PlayStation nostalgia! ALSO! Make sure to listen out for a competition being announced in this week's episode!Don't forget to follow on Soundcloud and leave a comment about what you thought of Rob's choices! We'd love to hear what you the listeners think of the guest's choices and let's have a lovely discussion :)You can also download this show on iTunes as well, just search for "Final Games". Please rate and review the show!apple.co/1QP0ciSALSO! After fan feedback last week, I have now updated the Final Games database to include a list of games for each episodes, including this week's. So, if you aren't one for surprises and would like to check out what games we talk about you can do from now on. Here:drive.google.com/open?id=1yby3YrZ…qhCThFcjUiy7jAHsRob Pearson: @rob_pearson86https://www.youtube.com/user/PlayStationAccessIf you'd like to contact the show or Liam, or if you have any feedback please check out:@LiamBME@FinalGamesShowfinalgamespodcast@gmail.comFinal Games is hosted on Soundcloud at:@finalgamespodcast
Ben chats with Rob; script writer, camera hog and all round nice chap about working on Access, his past jobs and getting into the gaming industry! Website - www.playstationradio.co.uk Email - email@example.com Twitter - @PSRadioUK Facebook - www.facebook.com/playstationradiouk Ben PSN - Confused_Dude Simon PSN - SiborgSimoSctlnd Patrick PSN - Zippyptrick Ben Twitter - @Confused_Dude Rob Twitter - @rob_pearson86 Access Twitter - @PSAccess