[WORK] Ep. 148 How To Stay Relevant In Your Career w/ Christian Sutherland-Wong
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How prepared are you for the future of your career?

 

This week Ash talks to Christian Sutherland-Wong, the CEO of Glassdoor, all about the future of the workforce and what changes you can make to stay current in your career. 

 

In the midst of the pandemic, industries and the workforce at large are shifting. Christian shares the top industries and vocations that are booming during this time, and will likely continue to grow in the years to come. If you are considering a career pivot, you don’t want to miss this vital insight.

 

When it comes to seeking out a new job, there are many components to consider, Christian talks through what he sees as top of mind and, how to ensure you get what you want in your next career move.  This isn’t just for job seekers, if you are looking for a promotion, or even asking for a raise, he walks through exactly how to ask for more, even during these uncertain times.

 

Ash and Christian cover many career topics during the podcast, from how to negotiate your salary to preparing for video interviews all the way to creating diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  If you value your career and want to establish yourself as a leader in your industry, be sure to tune in for the entire episode!

 

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  1. What industries and job titles are in high demand right now.
  2. Actionable tips on how to prepare and stand out during a video interview.
  3. How to navigate promotions and raises in the current state of the workforce.
  4. Characteristics to be a great leader, even if you aren’t currently in a management position.

 

Where to Find Christian Sutherland-Wong:

Glassdoor.com

 

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