Gail Cruikshank

Working Remotely Can Be More Productive [PODCAST]
More and more people are working from home due to Covid-19 and Talent Director Gail Cruikshank from the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation says many people are finding themselves as more productive. Gail says advantages for employees to working remotely include spending more time with family…
Transferable Skills Can Help Job Seekers [PODCAST]
Gail Cruikshank, Talent Director, from the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation joined me on WJON today. The topic we discussed is transferable skills. Transferable skills are skills attained at work, from volunteering or through hobbies that could be beneficial to future employers.
Sauk Rapids-Rice Schools Exploring Careers [PODCAST]
Sauk Rapids-Rice schools are exploring careers Tuesday. Teachers and staff will be attending a business Summit Tuesday with area businesses. The plan is for businesses to help guide teachers as they assist students with careers and jobs available in this community.
Capital One Leading in Innovations [PODCAST]
Nick Granowski of Capital One and Gail Cruikshank from the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation joined me on WJON today. The topic this month is Innovation Awards. Each year GSDC presents 4 innovation awards featuring 2 not for profit, 1 emerging for profit business and 1 for an established f…
The Future of the Workforce [PODCAST]
The work force in many industries is rapidly changing. Gail Cruikshank, Talent Director from the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation, joined me on WJON today. We talked about students as early as sophomores having opportunities to see careers they might be interested in based on programs and…
How Does St. Cloud Shine? [PODCAST]
Lacey Schirmers, the Creator of St. Cloud Shines, and Gail Cruikshank from the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation joined me on WJON. Lacey is the Managing Director for Great Theatre
Cruikshank Planning 2nd EPIC Event [PODCAST]
The Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation and others put on an event called EPIC last week at the St. Cloud Technical and Community College for high school sophomores. Nearly 2,500 students from 24 different high schools attended the event.

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