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How to resign with class

Most people resign at some point, but did you know that how you quit your job can actually be a career booster? Conversely, clumsily handled resignations can be career limiters. Get 10 tips to smoothing the resignation process.

Role Alignment Career Kit

So you’ve found a career path you’re interested in pursuing—now what? Here’s a guide to the steps you need to take to achieve the job you want. 


Preparing for a Career Transition in Finance

For anyone who wants to break into the finance realm or move up in finance banking, capital markets, and corporate finance etc. Tim will walk you through the technical skills you need and where to learn them, as well as soft skills such as networking, attitude, and communications to have a smooth transition to a career in finance. 



Funding Your Venture

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.


How to recover from a career stumble

It’s a reality that major career disappointments can happen even when you seem to be doing all the right things. You could be good at your job, work well with your team and receive solid performance reviews, but still be passed over for that promotion, miss out on that pay rise or, worse, get fired. Forewarned is forearmed, so here are some tips on how to deal with career stumbling blocks and even turn them into positives.

Returning to work after having a family

Many parents, after spending many years at home, raising their family are looking to return to the workforce. So, how do position yourself as a strong candidate amongst those who have been working?

Create your own opportunities

In any market, you can get an advantage by standing for something, by truly focusing on what you do well and what you are passionate about. You can create your own opportunities by staking a claim in your area of expertise:


Finding your value in the career world

Opportunities are available for people who fit the requirements and market themselves effectively. Find out how to build a more secure and fulfilling career by finding your value.

10 Reasons to invest in your career

Not investing in yourself is like floating down a fast river without a paddle, map or knowledge of what's around the next bend. Things may go fine for a while, but at some point, you're going to realize you made a giant mistake.

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