What's Working in Washington

What's Working in Washington - Ep 92 New tech methods change pre-school education - Jack McCarthy

The CEO of one of the largest educators for three- and four-year-olds in DC says new tech methods are changing the pre-school education.

09:21 5/24/2017

Past Episodes

First things first. Update your profile on professional social media sites, says Frances Reimers, a personal brand consultant and founder of brand consulting business Firestarter LLC.
09:22 9/18/2017
JJ Green, National Security correspondent for WTOP-FM and host of the TargetUSA Podcast, Brian Fanzo, founder/CEO of social strategy consulting firm iSocialFanz and Judy Kurtz, In the Know columnist for The Hill join in this What's Working in Washingon EXTRA.
28:00 9/11/2017
Inventors and small businesses must ensure their intellectual property isn't stolen by larger companies. Creating currencies might be the solution.
08:58 9/8/2017
One of the biggest questions regarding the structure of the human mind is what, exactly, predisposes humans to be curious.
07:57 9/6/2017
To help steer the greater Washington region towards a more innovative future for entrepreneurs, local business owners penned an open letter to future area politicians. James Quigley, founder of coworking space Canvas and one of more than 40 co-signers, wants talent growth to be boosted.
07:44 9/4/2017
Making sure the person you present matches up with the person you really are is pivotal for success.

"I like to say a brand is what people say about you when you're not in the room," said Elizabeth Shea, founder of SpeakerBox Communications. "If you dont think about your own brand, or your companys brand, somebody else will do it for you."
08:02 9/1/2017
Networking in New York City is distinctly different from networking in the D.C. region, according to Rachel Adler, digital media business development manager for the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.

"I'm a research junkie. A lot of my research comes from working for New York State. I used to do a lot of vetting for political candidates," said Adler. "I try to find touch points I could talk about I look through their social platforms if they have them, including Twitter and LinkedIn." By finding touchstones of common interest, its easy to build rapport.
08:01 8/30/2017
Making the pivot from an advisory role to doing things yourself can cause whiplash for a rising entrepreneur.

AJ Mushtaq, CFO and founder of health services franchise Fitness Connection built up a sweat as he moved to a principal position.
08:13 8/28/2017
One of the weakest links in any cybersecurity network is passwords, and if even one is uncovered, an entire system can fall apart. A new technology developed in South Korea to prevent and minimize possible damage is currently taking hold in the D.C. region.
06:13 8/25/2017
The former president and CEO of the D.C. Chamber of Commerce, Barbara Lang, is encouraging leaders to keep reaching out for new opportunities.

"When I left the chamber a little over three years ago, we set up a consulting firm, a business advisory group, really with lessons learned from the D.C. Chamber of Commerce."
08:36 8/23/2017

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