Eighteen students received a 50-minute coaching sessionWith the help of Aware Square, the School of Business, Economics and Informatics of Birkbeck, University of London has offered its students a unique opportunity to meet with a coach for a full 50-minute taster session.
Stereotypes are cultural short-cuts. We all have stereotypes, some good, some bad, some ugly. At times, they become embarrassing and it’s time to pull them out from our subconscious and examine them. I do not get excited about football often,
This post may bloom into a larger article in the "Fintech Book" Recommend and Share it on their website to show your interest! I'd like the full version published Everybody agrees that integrity, transparency and collaboration are all desirable attributes.
It seems our last blog post on the current bankers’ mood is confirmed by a survey by Options Group, a US based executive search and consulting company. Take a look at the FT article by BenMcLannahan, and remember an executive coach will help you think
Sometimes, our everyday jobs stop satisfying our values or needs. Banking and financial services can be exciting, but don’t let them become gilded cages. Comment and share this article on LinkedIn Pulse Few days ago one of my friends received an invite
A collaborative culture is critical for innovation. For banks, it means innovation from within will remain difficult and may also hinder direct cooperation with start-ups. The topic of collaboration in banking crept up in a few conversations after the release
If like us, you find difficult to quantify the benefits and the financial ROI of executive coaching, we have discovered interesting studies that have done all the hard work for us. We’ve compiled them in an infographic, and the bottom line is :
There are many ways to describe coaching. As many to describe mentoring. And counselling and consulting and training… And there is so much confusion! Here is a quick and easy way to remember who does what and how each one
The financial start-up industry is in constant evolution and IT is becoming a critical dimension of the business strategy. Our last interview highlighted the need for IT managers in banking to step up as business leaders. This week, Aleksandar Kudic,
Your first day in your new job is approaching. With a mix of excitement and doubts, you wonder what’s in store for you. Fortunately you have a plan to make sure you make the right impression, right from the beginning.