Archives by Tag 'creativity'

“What should I do now?”

By Vincenza Sera - Last updated: Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The question we received was: "I just finished the interview process for Investment Banking grad recruitment at the Banks. After making it to second rounds with multiple banks, I did not get an offer. I do not have a backup plan and now all the banks have finished recruitment. What should I do now?"   Congratulations on making it to the second round with multiple banks.  This tells me you have both the resume and the interview skills to make it through some strenuous screening filters.  For next steps, I would do a few things.  First, consider expanding your horizon beyond the bank owned dealers.  There are many excellent independent firms that would provide you with great experience and whose interview and ...

What is “espresso”?

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Friday, October 9, 2009

I have received many compliments on my blog and I thought it was time to introduce its creators to whom I am profoundly grateful!! The fabulous design for Babes on Bay Street was created by Espresso, an integrated marketing agency that blends digital, social, experiential, and classic marketing tactics with an uber-rigorous commitment to metrics and measurement. Simply put? Espresso is in the business of brand infiltration. They create experiences, not ads, for businesses of all size and scope. Espresso says it best in their own words: check out more about their company at  www.brandinfiltration.com Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Dreams Have No Expiry Date

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Dreams Have No Expiry Date by Laurie Gottlieb and Deanna Rosenswig is the perfect book for a woman in her mid to late 40's who is considering a transition, in other words what's next for her in her life and work.   The subtitle of the book is "A Practical and Inspirational Way for Women to Take Charge of Their Futures".   The authors write: "Women have few role models to guide them through the process of transition and may have difficulty envisioning their life beyond forty-five. The paths this generation of women will follow have not been traveled by previous generations." These words resonated with me because this has been the case throughout the careers of women of this generation and it will ...