In memory of Brian Mulroney, we have pulled a segment from our archives. We invite you to listen to an episode from our podcast, The CLiP, and listen to part of his story told in his own words.
There is much to consider in negotiating an offer, but clear communication and appropriate tone can bridge the gap between what you want and what you wind up getting.
Attention spans are short. You’ll need to be concise, and focused, which means condensing your perfect pitch down to its key elements. That brings us to the “6 in 60” approach, where you distill your six most compelling attributes into a 60-second delivery.
A chat with the Financial Modeling Institute looking at post pandemic financial service careers. How has the industry changed, what does it look like today and what would it look like tomorrow?
Join us and our guests for a panel discussion on recruitment, retention, and compensation trends for Canadian private equity, asset management, capital markets, and banking.
The job interview is a process – not a simple interaction. But with the right preparation, focus, attitude and guidance from your recruiter, you can nail it!
It’s not enough to be well qualified for a new position you’ll need to capture the attention of the recruiter who may be evaluating numerous qualified candidates in search of the best one. Telling your story can gain the advantage and lead you to be the successful hire.
The fight for talent in the tightest labor market in decades has arrived at a new phase: the battle over interns.
Networking is a key facet of anyone’s career success. It opens doors to new opportunities and facilitates the exchange of ideas. For workers looking to their next career move, networking is critical in finding the opportunity, obtaining a referral or enlisting references
Time. Not once, in 20+ years in the search business, has it been my friend. Sure, it may heal wounds and it may be money, but as Robin Williams noted, “time is the best teacher, unfortunately, it kills all of its students.”