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ASPIRE’s Master Class: How to Succeed in the New Hybrid Workplace

September 1, 2020

ASPIRE is hosting an important professional skill-building webinar for post-secondary students across Canada! Four employers will share their best tips and advice on working in the new remote/hybrid environment that has unfolded as a result of the pandemic.

When and where?

Wednesday, September 23
5:15pm – 6:15pm EST
Webinar Session

RSVP ASAP

Click here to register now for this webinar!
Please note: You must register to gain access into the webinar.

Why should I attend?

Going forward, the ability to work effectively in a virtual capacity will be a critical skill for all students to develop and demonstrate, to succeed in their careers. Join us to learn how to:
• Stay productive and work efficiently from home
• Display good business etiquette in the remote workplace
• Work effectively with your team
• Build a successful relationship with your manager
• Deliver engaging online presentations

Who’s invited?

This free webinar is for students who have an interest in discovering the key skills needed to thrive in the new post-COVID world of work. All post-secondary students across Canada are welcome to attend.

Tell me about ASPIRE

ASPIRE is a talent initiative led by Toronto Finance International, a not-for-profit organization that’s passionate about giving you access to high-quality student opportunities in the Financial Services sector and providing you with tools to support your success and increase your impact in the workplace.

Questions? You can reach us at aspire@tfi.ca.

ASPIRE's Master Class How to Succeed in the New Hybrid Workplace. Brien Convery, National Director, Early Talent Acquisition, Canada. Carly Suter, Future Talent Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Ontario. Maryam Goharinejad, Campus Recruiting Consultant. Naveen Balakrishnan, Head of Shared Services & Investment Banking Technology. Wednesday, September 23, 5:15 pm - 6:16 pm EST. Register now.


If you require further assistance with your job search, RRC Student Employment Services can help! Contact us at ses@rrc.ca to book an appointment with an Employment Advisor.