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April 1, 2023

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Treat An Interview Like a First Date

The first time you interview someone is a lot like a first date, says Larry Bonfante.  “You want to establish a rapport and leave the other person with enough interest that they want to get to know you better.  Remember, like all good relationships, both parties have to be excited about the relationship.”

Play Like a Girl Takes New Meaning

There was a collective happiness across the country last night.   Everyone— sports fans and those who never watch a game— cheered loudly and proudly as the U.S. Women’s soccer team won the World Cup in a decisive victory over Japan.


Awesome girl power was on display from the very start all the way through the 93-minute finish–and it hasn’t stopped.  One of our favorite tweets is this one.

Tell us about your favorite moment from all of
the frenzy below.


Family First, According to Dad

Screen Shot 2015-06-19 at 10.59.21 AM“Family first.” That’s common career advice among moms, but this time it came from an unlikely source: a titan of Wall Street.

Jimmy Lee, vice chairman of JP Morgan Chase, died unexpectedly Wednesday at age 62.

In 2001, he turned down a chance to run Blackstone, the giant private equity firm. Lee said turning the job down cost him “billions, literally” but would have meant missing his three kids’ sports games. “Family first, no matter what” became his motto. He spoke often about juggling family and career, saying it was doable if you planned ahead.

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Ways To Explain What You Do When You’re Out of Work

iStock_000000723468LargeYou’re career is in transition, either by choice or circumstance.  How do you answer the basic, “What do you do?” question without saying, “Uh, nothing  right now?” Saying you are volunteering at a non-profit is a common and perfectly acceptable answer. But Wendi Weiner says don’t be afraid to say you’re in transition. “You never know if that person you are speaking to may know the right person to put you in touch with,” she says. “Say it with confidence and show tour excitement that you are take a leap of faith into unchartered career territory.” Here are some of her other tips   

Women and Deutsche Bank: ATLAS Female Leadership Program Opens in London

Deutsche Bank LogoOn April 15th in London, Deutsche Bank launched its fourth ATLAS program, their global leadership development initiative for female managing directors.

ATLAS, which stands for Accomplished Top Leaders Advancement Strategy, aims to prepare and position talented women for influential leadership positions. This year, the program includes 16 participants from across the Bank’s business divisions, infrastructure functions and Regional Management.

The ATLAS participants serve as ambassadors with a critical role to the Bank’s focus on leadership and breaking down silos.

The recent program opening included an interactive discussion and dinner, where members of Deutsche Bank’s C-Suite joined participants to discuss leadership and personal accountability as well as execution and delivery for the Bank. Throughout the next 12 months, each woman will be sponsored by a senior executive while receiving tailored training opportunities.

Creating Opportunities for Women

At Deutsche Bank, 42% of the workforce is made up of women – a number that isn’t currently reflected at the senior level but one that they’re actively working to improve upon. The Bank is committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive – and maximize their potential.

And with programs like ATLAS, Deutsche Bank is leading by example. In 2012, the Bank was recognized with a “Global Award” from Opportunity Now, a campaign for greater gender diversity in business.

Since its initial launch in 2009, over half of past ATLAS participants have moved into more senior roles.

To learn more about life at Deutsche Bank – and to search for available opportunities – please visit