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August 2014 Futures in Finance: Do You Need a Career Coach?

  • By Staff Writers
  • Published: 8/28/2014

We're just a little more than two months away from the 2014 AFP Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., and so this issue gives you a taste of what's in store. We begin with an interview with career and leadership coach Vivian James Rigney, who is speaking at the CTC Executive Institute. Rigney delves into the challenges corporate practitioners face in their professional lives, and how career coaching can help them improve. We also have interviews with Ori Brafman, bestselling author, and Juan Arangote, FP&A of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, who are each speaking at the conference. Also this month, we look at key skills FP&A professionals absolutely need to get ahead, ways the treasury function is becoming more strategic, CFO tenure vs. turnover, and more.

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ABOUT THIS NEWSLETTER
Futures In Finance, a monthly career newsletter, delivers timely tips for job seekers building a career in finance and treasury. Finance jobs are changing at the pace of technology. As job descriptions shift to accommodate compliance and risk management needs, how can you stay ahead of the competition? Turn to Futures In Finance for reliable, timely information on finance and treasury careers. Job seekers at all levels in finance-from CFO to new MBAs-will benefit from this fast-read format, delivered each month.

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