Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is one of the most significant predictors of career success. Having a healthy EQ means you are able to understand and manage your emotions, form stable relationships, and be confident, resilient, independent, and optimistic. Fortunately, EQ is something you can improve and develop if you put in the work—and this toolkit will show you how to start doing that.
Join special presenter David Taylor to learn about financing from both the company and investor point of view. Learn about the funding drivers that increase the probability of securing financing. And get tips on the investor presentation and how to pitch the company.
Presenter: David Taylor is a former founder, CEO and director of an international oil company with extensive global management and commercial experience.
Join best-selling author and VP of CIBC Wood Gundy, Maili Wong, to learn how to work smarter, not harder, to achieve financial security and safety. Your investments should be working for you so that a work-optional life is no longer a dream but an achievable reality.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- The #1 reason why people don’t reach their full financial potential.
- Three myths that are keeping you financially poor.
- How to leverage smart risks can boost your bottom line.
You need to examine the nuances of breaking through into the executive ranks. Readiness to take on an executive role depends to a large extent on the facts of your career history, the messaging, your in-person presentation, and the opportunity fit.
The first step to building your brand is to create your value proposition. It's important when developing your value proposition that it be clear and concise. Start by brainstorming what the companies and industries you have researched have in common. What things do they want that you can provide? What is important to them?
Once you've identified common needs you can develop your value proposition around them. Keep in mind that the purpose of your value proposition is to identify and satisfy an unmet need of your target job market.