Nicole speaks frequently at Banking conferences and Client Forums, addressing audiences on the topics of Networking to Improve (your) Personal Brand, Writing Impactful Resumes (with credible metrics), and How to Work with Headhunters. She is an industry authority on Women in the Financial sector and has also led workshops on the topics of Launching and Managing your Career by a range of blue chip clients including: Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Citibank, Zion’s Bank, and JP Morgan.
Navigate and accelerate your career with a 6 week webinar series hosted by Nicole Meyer and Treasa Fitzgibbon. Topics to Include: Skills Assessment, Resumes, Interview Skills, Promotion Committee Criteria, Advancing Women in the Workplace and Next Steps: Taking Action.
Nicole Meyer was featured on AFP’s Career Hub Podcast on the topic of Best Practices for Interviewing in a Virtual Environment.
Nicole Meyer spoke at TMANY’s Career Corner Webinar Session 1, the “Building Blocks for your Next Chapter” on Thursday, September 10th.
Would you like to expand your responsibilities in your current position? Are you interested in moving to a different industry or role? The #1 roadblock to career progression is a lack of understanding and inability to communicate transferable skills, aka core competencies. What skills do you use every day and how are they transferrable within and outside of your company? Can you measure performance and success of these skills? How can you overcome limiting beliefs in interviews?
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Nicole Meyer led a webinar on how women Navigate and Negotiate careers in Fintech. Topics included negotiating on behalf of oneself and one’s company as well as how to properly assess one’s skills when deciding what jobs to apply to.
Nicole Meyer published an article on LinkedIn entitled “Introducing Yourself After You’ve Been Made Redundant”.
Nicole Meyer was interviewed by Women in Payments’ Founder and Chair Kristy Duncan in a segment titled “The Gift of Feedback”. The interview is scheduled to be released July 22nd.
Join us on July 9th for the first-ever BFF (Best Foot Forward) Interactive career discussion. Midyear is upon us …
We’ll address these questions, and yours, on July 9th at 12 noon EST, 1700 BET. Two industry veterans, Treasa Fitzgibbon and Nicole Meyer, will lead the call.
Treasa is the founder of Treasa Fitzgibbon Coaching, working with women in high pressure corporate environments helping them navigate their careers through 1:2:1 and group coaching.
Nicole is Founder and Managing Partner of The Meyer Partnership, a woman-owned executive search firm, with decades of career advancement tips and recruiting advice.
This will be a confidential and lively discussion about quantifying your performance, branding yourself, and putting your best foot forward (BFF) in any performance review conversation.
Please direct any questions you have about the program, and any questions you’d like us to address on the call by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Nicole Meyer co-authored a blog entry in preparation for AFP 2020.
The future of work is one of the hottest topics in treasury and finance today. Why? Because the future of work is now. What will work look like? Where will we work? With whom? How many people will be in the office versus working remotely? Never have we experienced a moment in history like this.
Mentor Talks is a one-hour group mentoring opportunity, led by an inspiring woman with a successful career in the payments industry. Group discussions are held in confidence and are not recorded. Mentees are requested to submit a question for discussion upon registration, so mentors may prepare a response. Mentees may register a first and second choice of mentor. Women in Payments will review each group to confirm that there are no mentees at competing organizations in each group.
In this breakout session for the 2020 Women in Payments UK Symposium, Nicole Meyer leads a session that explores the thought that women network, navigate, and negotiate every day, in every aspect of our lives. Enjoy this session while the panel engages in a lively discussion of best practices in which they share their personal experiences with networking and navigating their career journeys with a particular focus on negotiation techniques. What does networking mean and why is it a leadership skill? Panelists will share what worked, and what didn’t, as they started and grew in their respective careers. They will address how they negotiated, how they negotiate today, and how men and women approach negotiation. Learn how negotiation impacts career development and learn how to do it better. Understand how men and women negotiate differently and which techniques work best in a male-dominated industry.
Panelists: Sujata Bhatia, SVP & GM Head of European Global Merchant Services, American Express Matthew Hunt, COO, Pay.UK Vanessa Manning, Independent Treasury, and Financial Services Consultant
2020 has been far from business as usual. As the world changes, employers have adapted to doing business differently, including interviewing. The Meyer Partnership has been active in talent acquisition and recruitment, in this new era of social distancing. As employers move to video interviews as the primary means of recruitment, we’ve created a checklist based on client and candidate feedback to help you put your best face forward. Read it here: Video Interview BFF - Put Your Best Face Forward – Excellent Tips for Any Video Call
“Ask The Experts” is Point Road Group’s monthly question and answer series featuring leading experts who share insights and advice on topics relating to personal branding and career advancement. In March 2020, Point Road Group interviewed Nicole on the topic of “Interviewing Tips for Candidates”.