Post Tagged with: "Careers"

Want to Switch Careers? How an MBA Opens Doors
by / on 21/11/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

Want to Switch Careers? How an MBA Opens Doors

One of the major selling points of business school is the potential to change careers: B-schools like to tell prospective students that an MBA will open the doors to jobs in almost any sector. And over 50% of incoming students at top tier business schools say that they are interested in career switching, so b-schools are clearly preaching to the […]

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Why Connecting With Other Women is Critical to Your Career
by / on 15/06/2018 at 16:45 / in The Review

Why Connecting With Other Women is Critical to Your Career

In my work interviewing remarkable women leaders, I’ve been seeing a huge trend of women connecting with and investing in other women. Whether as mentors, advisors, philanthropists, or investors, women are increasingly supporting each other in their careers, goals, and lives. And yes, we can all tell stories about negative experiences connecting with other women—I’ve had my own horrible boss and […]

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Here’s What Happened When I Stood Up to My Office Bully
by / on 31/05/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

Here’s What Happened When I Stood Up to My Office Bully

We all have memories of school bullies we’d like to leave behind. But bullying doesn’t end after graduation—in fact, it’s common in the workplace. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, bullying is actually four times more common than sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s also an issue that affects both women and men. The thing about it is that it’s not easy […]

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What questions should you be asking yourself when considering a career move?
by / on 25/05/2018 at 11:15 / in The Review

What questions should you be asking yourself when considering a career move?

In 2018 the world is looking very different than it did in 2008, only 10 years ago. While financial gain will always be a consideration in people’s career choices, it seems people place a stronger value on non-monetary factors in the workplace, which could be anything from ‘company culture’, ‘how modern is the company’s office’ or ‘is there potential to […]

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Being habitually late is a potential career buster
by / on 14/05/2018 at 17:15 / in The Review

Being habitually late is a potential career buster

Late to work? Chances are good that your employer will cut you a break, provided it’s not too often. After all, sometimes alarms really don’t go off, kids do get sick, trains run late, and buses get stuck in tunnels. Yet, while managers typically ignore occasional tardiness — 25 percent of us are late once a month, according to a […]

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Tips from the Top: Getting Hired at a Hedge Fund
by / on 14/05/2018 at 17:00 / in The Review

Tips from the Top: Getting Hired at a Hedge Fund

OneWire (www.onewire.com/videos) interviews hedge fund leaders in the Open Door video series with Skiddy von Stade.

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9 Ways Men Can (and Should) Help Close the Gender Gap
by / on 14/05/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

9 Ways Men Can (and Should) Help Close the Gender Gap

This is for the men. Hello, and welcome to the conversation, the fight, and the solution! Obviously, anyone is free to read this, but most women don’t need to be awakened to all the ways that gender has an impact on their careers. Because they already know. And they’re already “making a million adjustments” in a working world that, for […]

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How to Realistically Change Careers When Your Current Job Totally Drains You
by / on 09/05/2018 at 09:30 / in The Review

How to Realistically Change Careers When Your Current Job Totally Drains You

Throughout our careers, we may find ourselves in a role that takes more from us than it gives in terms of money, happiness, or energy–sometimes, it’s all three. At first, waning job satisfaction might not be noticeable, clouded by day-to-day demands and expectations. But at some point, though, you become aware that you’re surviving–not thriving–at work. Maybe you no longer believe […]

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Get a jumpstart on 2018 with these 10 career moves
by / on 23/03/2018 at 10:30 / in The Review

Get a jumpstart on 2018 with these 10 career moves

With 2018 not far off and holiday fever in full swing, it’s easy to lose track of your career goals. Buying gifts and working out travel plans takes up time and your plans for 2018 might seem momentarily unimportant. But before the calendar flips to the dreaded Jan. 1, set yourself up for success by making these 10 career moves before […]

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Investor relations jobs – is this the career for you?
by / on 02/03/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Investor relations jobs – is this the career for you?

Are you tired of the numbers rush brought on by finance careers like wealth management jobs, hedge fund positions, and accounting jobs? Those positions often require extremely long hours and can only offer low job stability – they’re not exactly conducive to a relaxed lifestyle. However, there are jobs that allow individuals to work in the finance industry without having […]

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