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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Careers in Russia. Tips from recruiter for Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa

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November 26, 2010

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Making Career Choices in Russia

Svetlana Berger didn’t know that she would become a psychologist at the beginning of her career, but the 90s in Russia was a time of change as the country jumped from the Soviet era to freedom and a market economy. The new environment created new demand for psychologists who could help people to adapt, and so Svetlana started working in industry in human resources development and training. She continued this work when she emigrated to Canada in 2000 with her family and again when she returned to Russia to found Berger & Co, where she works as a business and career development coach. Tune in to hear Svetlana’s career and life journey, and career realities in Russia.

Hot Careers in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa

Connecting the dots in Minerva Cernia‘s career trajectory, from electrical engineer in her home country of Romania to marketing manager for Apple, to an International MBA in Slovenia, to publishing sales involves a series of “happy coincidences.” And when she applied for an HR position, the recruiter was so impressed, he recruited her. She was Romania country manager for Pedersen and Partners and now leads their industry practice based in Toronto, focusing on searches for clients in Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Dial us in this Friday for a fascinating career story and latest international recruiting trends.

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by Mark Franklin

Practice Leader at CareerCycles, Toronto-based career management social enterprise: career counselling, employee engagement, training.

by Mark Franklin

Practice Leader at CareerCycles, Toronto-based career management social enterprise: career counselling, employee engagement, training.

Running across the desert for the communications industry.

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Advertising, PR, media, publishing–careers & career help & running across deserts for the charity that supports the communications industry.

November 5, 2011

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What do you do if you’re facing personal, career or family challenges? If you’re lucky enough to work in the communications industry you call the National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS).  A registered charity, NABS national services offer career and other support to Canadian communications professionals. Friday’s Career Buzz guests support this mission…

Louise Berube is Director of Allocations and Services at NABS. With a depth of Human Resources career experience at a utility, a school board, in provincial government, and at an advertising agency, Louise now oversees NABS’ individual services, and proactive programs addressing the needs of communications industry employers.

Stefan Danis is CEO of recruitment firm Mandrake, and advises organizations on winning the war for talent. He’s been raising funds for NABS for 19 years, including fundraising runs across the Chilean Atacama Desert and the Gobi Desert, and next year, the Sahara.

Gabe Dunlop is a NABS Ambassador, and a former National Account Manager for Astral Media, recently appointed to the newly created team of Media, Markets & Innovation. As a “NABS Ambassador,” Gabe is a member of a volunteer network created to reach the new generation within the advertising, media and communications industry.

Monique Madan has worked with large financial institutions as well as the public sector and non-for profit agencies and now runs an independent financial planning firm. A Certified Financial Planner and Financial Management Advisor, Monique is NABS go-to person when clients need financial planning assistance.

Inspire your life, empower your career, enrich your Friday. Join us at 11 am at 89.5 FM or www.ciut.fm Listen to our inspiring past shows or go to www.careercycles.com

by Mark Franklin

Practice Leader at CareerCycles, Toronto-based career management social enterprise: career counselling, employee engagement, training.

by Mark Franklin

Practice Leader at CareerCycles, Toronto-based career management social enterprise: career counselling, employee engagement, training.

 

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