This Saturday:  Sharpen Your Hiring Skills

This Saturday, March 23, marks the return of another IBA Career Fair, and all members are welcome to attend a special seminar about the “14 Traits of Breakthrough Talent” being led by Steve Wexler, acting chief executive of Neuhoff Media and longtime radio broadcaster.

The event runs for 90 minutes beginning at 10:00am Saturday morning at 502 East Event Centre in Carmel.  Parking is free, and there is no charge for IBA members to attend.

Click here to Register [CLICK HERE] 

During the session, Steve reveals the specific 14 traits that are inherent in the most successful content creators. Understanding these 14 traits will help broadcasters recruit more interesting people and will unlock ways to coach our talent more effectively

“Often, we look in the same places (and for the same things) when we recruit and coach talent, resulting in an incredible ‘sameness’ in our TV, radio, and digital content,” Wexler says. While stations that are registered for the career fair will be asked to attend, this workshop is open to all Indiana Broadcasters Association members.

About Steve Wexler

A highly respected broadcast industry executive for five decades, Steve is the owner of WEXL Coaching & Development, LLC and the Leadership Coach for Good Karma Brands.   With a broadcast career that has taken him from the control room to the board room and included on-air work at WTMJ and WISN in Milwaukee before beginning his management journey building talk stations in Milwaukee for Hearst

(WISN-AM) and in Portland, OR for King Broadcasting (KGW-AM). He later programmed KING-AM, Seattle and returned home to WTMJ as program director in 1993 for Journal Communications. Journal promoted Steve to market manager positions in Tucson, AZ and Omaha, NE where he began overseeing TV and Radio operations, including WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee as executive vice president.

A 2022 Marconi Award Finalist for Legendary Manager of the Year, Steve has served on the board of directors of the National Association of Broadcasters, the Radio Advertising Bureau and is a past Chair of the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.


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