FT says ‘Dull work, flat pay and lousy colleagues’ could be your lot in financial services.

FT says ‘Dull work, flat pay and lousy colleagues’ could be your lot in financial services.

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

Should I be doing something more exciting with my career?

Should I be doing something more exciting with my career?

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

The ROI of executive coaching

The ROI of executive coaching

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 :

Plan for success in your new role: 100 days to impress

Plan for success in your new role: 100 days to impress

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.