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81: How to develop your career in an organisation, with Alison Temperley

23/02/2018

Whether already in a career or planning to start a career in Professional Services, who couldn’t use the sage advice of a mentor for guidance on how to take the next step?  In this episode I spoke to Alison Temperley, the author of Inside Knowledge: How Women Can Thrive in Professional Service Firms, about doing […]

80: Stand out as a candidate applying to Financial Services companies and Business Schools – with Pascal Michels

26/01/2018

In this episode I’m joined by Pascal Michels, Head of IESE MBA Admissions, who talks about his varied career.  He shares his experience of moving into finance after an MBA and offers advice about how candidates can make the best impression when applying to top business schools like IESE. Pascal’s career can be divided into […]

79: What I looked for when I recruited for Uber and Booking.com – with Nicolas Buteau

28/12/2017

From Uber to Booking.com, Nicolas Buteau is a recruiter and entrepreneur who thrives in dynamic environments as well as in more established business operations. Recruiting for startups and unicorns In this episode he shares his experiences recruiting for Uber during its transition from fast-growing start up to unicorn, and how he adapted his practices to […]

78: How my MBA prepared me for a successful career in Consulting – with Surbhi Dhir

24/11/2017

How an MBA transformed Surbhi’s consulting career Surbhi completed an MBA 9 years ago and went into consulting, moving from Accenture to Ernst & Young in 2013. She thought the MBA was an opportunity to open doors and found it to be life-changing. In fact, in her words, an MBA is not a degree, it’s […]

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21/11/2017

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