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June 24, 2019
credit score, finance featured
24
Jun

Why I asked my partner his credit score – and why you should too | Eve Obasuyi

I remember it all vividly. Nick and I had been dating for a few months, he came over to my house, we exchanged pleasantries, then I quite frankly asked “so, what’s your credit score?” Your credit score is an indication of how credit worthy you are and is used by lenders to decide whether you...
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Kay White - One Day Live Event
24
Jun

12/09/19: Why Not YOU? One-Day Live Event | Kay White

Challenge The Imposter Syndrome & Your Inner Critic AND Get Out of Your Own Way At Work. Who is this One-Day Event for? This is for you if you’re an experienced career woman who… Explains away your achievements as lucky, or credits the team or circumstances, rather than let it be about you? Shrinks down...
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Mentor, apprentice
24
Jun

Generosity at work

Gone are the days when people could hold on to information, thinking that ”knowledge is power”. The speed of change means that unhelpful, competitive thinking is no longer desirable nor sensible. The era of openness and even more transparency is upon us. Any organisation that wants to raise levels of innovation and change progression needs...
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Rising Star Shortlist featured
24
Jun

WeAreTheCity’s 2019 Rising Star Awards shortlist announced

WeAreTheCity are extremely proud to announce our shortlist for the 2019 Rising Star Awards. Over a seven week period, we received over 1,000 nominations from across the UK and Northern Ireland. The calibre of entries for this year’s awards was exceptional. On behalf of The Times & The Sunday Times and our supporting sponsors, it...
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PR-Communications featured
24
Jun

Unleash the power: why PR could be just the thing for your career

As depressing report after depressing report show gender pay parity being a distant dream, working mothers leaving professional roles and returning at lower grades (if they come back at all), the #metoo movement, and of course, Brexit, it could all get very depressing. However, there is some good news. And as you might expect from...
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