Kal Ghayur, CFA, discusses the importance of self-awareness as a career navigation tool, how to align one’s values with career management choices, the dangers of mis-fit risk, the process by which work can potentially be made more fun, and the motivation that drove him to write Career Success: Navigating the New Work Environment, with Dwight D. Churchill, CFA.
Acquiring and serving clients requires specific skills. When launching your own business, you will need to foster trust with prospective clients and strategic referral partners. In order to help clients implement investment or financial planning advice, you will need to build even more trust.
What's the best career development strategy? A robust primary focus on strengths or a balanced approach that both fosters your strengths and addresses your weaknesses? A panel of executive and career coaches weighed in on Twitter.
NexChange is a new social network designed exclusively for financial industry professionals. While there are other such networks in existence that are more niche, NexChange is unique in that it does not focus on the hustling and huckstering of investment securities. Instead, this is a network designed to help you maximize your career in financial services.
Finding a mentor is an obvious career development strategy for the protégé, but it is also a valuable one for the mentor. In the webinar "Mentoring and Coaching Others," Jim Keene, CFA, shares some of his insights into both the how and why of becoming a mentor.
Confidence is not only important to your self-interest but also materially impacts whether you can serve your clients to the best of your ability.
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