Personal Branding, Is It Essential?

2018-05-17T10:02:38+00:00May 8th, 2018|

Our MD and founder, Mike Richards, has spoken to the ATEL Luxembourg Corporate Treasurers magazine about the importance of creating a unique identity, even when you're not proactively searching for your next opportunity. You need to stand out, you need to convince companies that you are worth meeting. If they're looking to recruit you or [...]

10 Ways to Make Your LinkedIn Profile Shine

2018-02-12T17:44:01+00:00May 12th, 2017|

In a day and age where social media is one of the most used tools to communicate, it only seems right that you make the most of LinkedIn. Without a LinkedIn profile, you’re not visible! One of the most common things I get asked is, how can I make my LinkedIn profile shine? So we’ve [...]

Rogues Gallery AKA the “worst LinkedIn photos we have seen”

2018-05-04T13:05:02+00:00August 7th, 2015|

Do You Need TO Change Your LinkedIn Photo? My posting today has a constructive message with a bit of fun thrown in! I spoke to at the Chicago Treasurers Conference about this and one of the main topics of my session was about what we see as the key fundamentals to a successful LinkedIn profile? [...]

LinkedIn – Friend or Foe?

2018-01-15T12:16:44+00:00October 7th, 2015|

My recommendations for those seeking their next position or recruiting via LinkedIn and some Do’s and Don’ts from my experience. Contrary to what you might think, we have always viewed LinkedIn as a recruiter’s friend. I recently attended a recruitment briefing hosted by some of the senior guys from LinkedIn. They invited us to a [...]

Talking Treasury Careers

In this weekly podcast, I interview treasury professionals from across the globe about their treasury careers. I talk to them about their roles, how they built their careers, where they are now and where do they see both themselves and the treasury profession developing.

Other areas we talk about include; Career highlights and lowlights. Where they got their big break? What do they see as key to their success? Where do their careers go from here? What do they see as the future of the Treasury profession?