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This video is about resumes or CV’s - some of the
tips and tricks, some of the do's and don'ts and some of my pet hates.
Telling you about what to do is going to enable you to give you guys the best chance of success when you go for your next interview or you're looking for your next role and you want to earn your interview, because that's exactly what it is.

A CV or resume if you like, is the key to earning an interview.

First of all, it's about as exactly as it says, grabbing someone's attention from what is generally
a one, two, maybe three page document. Some people say, oh, it must be a one-page resume.
Sometimes I think if you're more experienced Treasury professionals its not enough.

I think for Treasury professionals a resume needs to be as long as it needs to be.

The key thing about it needs to reach out and grab your attention. When you're writing it, you need to make sure that you're writing or amending your resume.

Each time you send it out it needs to be tailored to your audience.

You want to reach through the glass and grab their attention, grab it through and get them saying oh I want to read this, this is a person we should be talking to.

I don't want to see boxes boxes boxes. A good resume is about presentation. It's about also them knowing you and them knowing how you're going to present yourself and how you're going to work with them.

If you have good presentation of a good resume that's the first, Oh actually that person will be
good when they do this, when they're writing reports, when they're presenting to our investors. That gives you confidence in them. And it's the successful first start if you like and exactly the same,
it then earns you that right to be interviewed.

Don't make mistakes. I think it's what F5 or F7. I think its F7 in Word if you want to do any spelling mistakes. When you do that there are a number of times when I've seen people are very good Mangers..

That's right, Manger is a word, Manager is a different word! 

So please look at both.

This video is about resumes or CV’s - some of the
tips and tricks, some of the do's and don'ts and some of my pet hates.
Telling you about what to do is going to enable you to give you guys the best chance of success when you go for your next interview or you're looking for your next role and you want to earn your interview, because that's exactly what it is.

A CV or resume if you like, is the key to earning an interview.

First of all, it's about as exactly as it says, grabbing someone's attention from what is generally
a one, two, maybe three page document. Some people say, oh, it must be a one-page resume.
Sometimes I think if you're more experienced Treasury professionals its not enough.

I think for Treasury professionals a resume needs to be as long as it needs to be.

The key thing about it needs to reach out and grab your attention. When you're writing it, you need to make sure that you're writing or amending your resume.

Each time you send it out it needs to be tailored to your audience.

You want to reach through the glass and grab their attention, grab it through and get them saying oh I want to read this, this is a person we should be talking to.

I don't want to see boxes boxes boxes. A good resume is about presentation. It's about also them knowing you and them knowing how you're going to present yourself and how you're going to work with them.

If you have good presentation of a good resume that's the first, Oh actually that person will be
good when they do this, when they're writing reports, when they're presenting to our investors. That gives you confidence in them. And it's the successful first start if you like and exactly the same,
it then earns you that right to be interviewed.

Don't make mistakes. I think it's what F5 or F7. I think its F7 in Word if you want to do any spelling mistakes. When you do that there are a number of times when I've seen people are very good Mangers..

That's right, Manger is a word, Manager is a different word!

So please look at both.

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The opening of new ways of working has been good, overall. This was the tone of the panel on the topic at Treasury 360° Oslo.

Led by Mike Richards, of The Treasury Recruitment Company, led the chat with senior treasurers Kemi Bolarin of GTT Communications and Anthony Mercer of Mercer & MacRae.

Kemi Bolarin’s first reaction to working from home was one of relief: “Oh, I could save two hours of commuting to work!”

But as it sank in that it would be a matter of a half year, a year or more, that sank away.

“The novelty of it started to wear out,” she says. “And my working hours became longer and longer.”

Limits had to be introduced, both on the personal and team levels. On a balance she views the work changes overall positive, though.

“I think the transition was a welcome transition. You can work remotely and still deliver on your goals.”

Offices could shut Anthony Mercer started out “slightly ahead of the curve” – working in an organization affected by the early restriction measures in Asia, and being on a split-location contract where many days were performed from home already.

“But I will never learn again as much as I have learnt during this time,” he says – also pointing out that many companies see the shutting of office spaces as a cost-saving opportunity.

For more great video content like this visit www.TreasuryTV.com
OR
https://treasury360.net/treasury-news/treasury-business/the-home-working-transition-wasnt-bad-for-teams/

The opening of new ways of working has been good, overall. This was the tone of the panel on the topic at Treasury 360° Oslo.

Led by Mike Richards, of The Treasury Recruitment Company, led the chat with senior treasurers Kemi Bolarin of GTT Communications and Anthony Mercer of Mercer & MacRae.

Kemi Bolarin’s first reaction to working from home was one of relief: “Oh, I could save two hours of commuting to work!”

But as it sank in that it would be a matter of a half year, a year or more, that sank away.

“The novelty of it started to wear out,” she says. “And my working hours became longer and longer.”

Limits had to be introduced, both on the personal and team levels. On a balance she views the work changes overall positive, though.

“I think the transition was a welcome transition. You can work remotely and still deliver on your goals.”

Offices could shut Anthony Mercer started out “slightly ahead of the curve” – working in an organization affected by the early restriction measures in Asia, and being on a split-location contract where many days were performed from home already.

“But I will never learn again as much as I have learnt during this time,” he says – also pointing out that many companies see the shutting of office spaces as a cost-saving opportunity.

For more great video content like this visit www.TreasuryTV.com
OR
https://treasury360.net/treasury-news/treasury-business/the-home-working-transition-wasnt-bad-for-teams/

YouTube Video VVVDdkYzT2xjcmlkN3ZPVzA1MzZuQ1lBLm1HRXFFY00tT2hr

Panel session for Treasury 360° Oslo about "𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐭𝐨 𝐇𝐨𝐦𝐞-𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐓𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐲 𝐓𝐞𝐚𝐦𝐬"

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