CJ Jackson

Host, Business Review

Innovation-lover and director of communications and marketing at the Hankamer School of Business, CJ Jackson is also a public radio show host and Iowa State alum.

Before coming to Baylor, CJ worked for NCR Corporation 13 years, where she learned the power of high-functioning teams, global reach and impossible deadlines.

CJ’s talents are not just limited to marketing and communications. She was the winner of a twist contest – you know, the dance – at age 3 and to her knowledge, holds the world record for the longest cross-country trip in an electric car. When she isn’t working or driving on sun power, she’s hanging out in her craft room or volunteering at the local public radio station.

When it comes to tapping into social security it's important to watch your timing to maximize the benefit.


In this episode of the Business Review, former GE Lead Innovator Beth Comstock explains how to use the power of imagination to plan for future growth and business expansion.


Key advice about events in career and life.  Gain insight by looking at big a small moments with proper perspective.  


“The most inspiration woman in the world,” Lolly Daskal, gives a pep talk on the characteristics of a great leader in this episode of the Business Review.


Hiring and training new employees can be expensive! In this episode of the Business Review, executive headhunter David Perry shares the best way to keep employees happy.


Assistant professor of management and entrepreneurship, Steve Bradley, studies the success and failure of start-ups. While conventional wisdom says the more money the better, surprisingly, Bradley's research shows that sometimes having too many resources can be a bad thing. 


In this episode of the Business Review, teen CEO Mikaela Ulmer explains how to come up with a business idea — and how to have an impact.


There are a number of challenges for women in IT today. Barriers stem from the fact that so few women are in the higher levels of organizations to begin with. In addition, the way work-family balance is viewed is still gender biased.  

 


When time spent texting or on Facebook gets in the way of activities or relationships, it's a sure sign consumption has gotten out of control.

Succesful businesses are ones that learn to build rapport with coworkers and clients.


Modifiable Management


Investing in woman can make companies stronger, and preform better. 


A shift toward workplace wellness is underway across the U.S. Studies show businesses that incorporate comprehensive wellness programs are able to improve the health of their employees and save their company money at the same time. (*ENCORE)


New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Ken Blanchard, says great leaders inspire others to do what they do best. In this edition of the Business Review, Dr. Blanchard details how a change in thought patterns can help you become a highly effective leader and run a great team. 

 


How likely  is someone to be a whistle blower?


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