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September 20, 2018

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Deutsche Bank’s 2015 Women On Wall Street (WOWS) Conference

5-Deutsche1For the past 20 years, Deutsche Bank has been proud to make a positive impact through our annual Women on Wall Street (WOWS) conference. This year, we went one step further by introducing a fresh, new format designed to reach a more targeted audience – and create an even better experience.


Meaningful dialogue, lasting connections

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Handling an on-the-spot-job offer

Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 3.41.13 PMMost job interviews are followed by a waiting game. But what to do you get offered the job on-the-spot?  First, resist the pressure to accept right away, says Richard Moy. Here are his three other tips.

Be a Career Builder  Not A Job Hopper

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The notion of a so-called cradle-to-grave career ended years ago. As a result, many employees no longer have the loyalty to their companies that they once did. And bouncing from one job to another has become the norm. But jumping from job to job can hurt you and just because you’re bored is not a good reason to split from your current position, says Rachel Bitte. Read her four tips on how to build your career and avoid job hopping.


Got Something to Say? Say It — Don’t Email It

Ever email someone who sits right next to you? Of course you have. We all do it. But sometimes, it comes at the expense of talking face-to-face, which can build trust and allow you to pick up on hidden messages that aren’t deciphered on the phone or in email.  Check out this article in Fast Company  gets into the science of when we need to go the face-top-face route, and why.

The “Dirt” On Jobs

Screen Shot 2015-10-05 at 4.10.40 PMWant to find your dream job? Good luck, says TVs Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs fame. Rowe says the very notion of a dream job is an illusion and that in order to be satisfied at work, we mistakenly think we need to find the perfect job.  “What we’re really looking for is meaningful work,” he says. “Once we can accept that, we can move toward finding something that pays us what we need and gives us the opportunity to engage.” Check out Rowe’s four other career tips here

Sitting Really Is The New Smoking

Admit it: do you arrive at your office every morning, plop yourself in your seat and basically stay there until you leave?

If so, it’s time to get moving. If you don’t have a standing desk like Tory does, some new recommendations: for every half-hour working in an office, we should sit for 20 minutes, stand for eight minutes and then move around and stretch for two minutes, says Alan Hedge, a Cornell ergonomics professor.

Researchers have identified at least 35 diseases, from diabetes and osteoporosis to cancer, that people who spend all day in a chair are at increased risk for. And they are developing prescriptions for how long people should spend sitting and standing, according to this piece in The Wall Street Journal.