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Career Development

In the section learn about career development and professional development. Career development

If you are a job seeker or someone looking to boost their career, here you will find tips and advices on how to get ahead.

WeAreTheCity.com was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

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Bonnie Chung - Miso Tasty featured
24
May

Follow your passion and building up a brand you love

Building a successful business and career out of your passion is no mean feat – but doing what you truly love and believe in is worth every second of the uphill battle. Japanese food expert and home-cooking entrepreneur Bonnie Chung shares her experiences in building up her noodle empire and starting her cooking brand Miso...
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24
May

Top tips from successful entrepreneurs on working from home

Article provided by Bernadette Chapman, Director of UK Alliance of Wedding Planners I have been working from my home office for 17 years now, and it took some time for me to find a style and routine that made working from home fun, and productive. Here are my top tips to working efficiently from home:...
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Said Business School Diploma featured
23
May

Your bridge to board level performance | Oxford Executive Diplomas

Launched in 2006, the Oxford Executive Diplomas are four part-time postgraduate Oxford University qualifications designed for experienced professionals. These individual programmes provide a deep-dive into; Financial Strategy, Global Business, Organisational Leadership and Strategy and Innovation. Taught in Oxford in four, four-day modules over a year, the diploma format maximises organisational and personal impact, while minimising disruption to work...
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shared parental leave, mum, dad, family featured
23
May

How employers can go beyond maternity leave for working mums

Returning to work after having a child can bring about a range of emotions for working mums; the sense of excitement of coming back to a job they have been away from for 9+ months, but also the associated stresses of combining work life and new responsibilities of childcare. While employers and HR professionals have...
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Lorraine Kelly featured
23
May

What can self-employed women in the city learn from Lorraine Kelly?

HMRC suffered a set-back in March as TV host Lorraine Kelly successfully appealed against its decision to recover £1.2million of unpaid PAYE and NIC deductions against fees paid to her through her personal services company Albatel for the services she had provided to ITV for her Lorraine and Daybreak shows. HMRC had considered that IR35...
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Louise Findlay-Wilson career advice featured
22
May

Top tips for getting ahead in your career

Louise Findlay-Wilson is the founder and Managing Director of the communications agency, Energy PR.  Married, with four children, Louise set up her first agency at the age of 26, grew it and sold it before establishing Energy in 1995.  She shares her advice for younger women setting out on their careers… Identifying just a few...
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working from home, balancing career and home life featured
22
May

Top tips for working from home

We speak to two successful entrepreneurs to get their top tips for staying focused and achieving your goals, whilst working from home. Karen Brown, owner of The Original Wedding Tea Towel Company shares some inputs on the best ways to work from home. Karen says, “I am a work-from-home mother and so is my husband.”...
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compassionate leader, team meeting, listening featured
21
May

The power of vulnerability in female leadership

Vulnerability; it’s a word on so many leader’s lips, yet many often misunderstand how to deal with it in a business environment. For instance, many believe that to be vulnerable they have to expose their inner most thoughts, or spill out their childhood secrets, but this isn’t the case at all at all. Rather vulnerability...
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