On this episode of the podcast, Craig Jeffery continues the Learning from Literature subseries featuring J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan. This illustration expands upon the quote, “It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do that is the secret of happiness.” Listen in to learn some helpful tools, perspective and advice on how to enjoy your career journey in treasury.
On this special edition of the podcast, Host Craig Jeffery interviews author Saeed Amen on The Book of Alternative Data. They discuss methodologies and processes of leveraging non-traditional information sources in the context of investing, risk management and more. Listen in to learn the various uses of alternative data and how it can help you and your organization make better decisions.
On this episode of the Becoming a Treasurer series, author Craig Jeffery is interviewed on a chapter in his book, The Strategic Treasurer: A Partnership for Corporate Growth. The chapter is called “Process vs. Silo View” and covers vital treasury concepts around process efficiency, risk management and careful business advice. Listen in to learn successful treasury principles that will help equip you on your journey.
On this episode of the Becoming a Treasurer series, Craig Jeffery continues the Learning from Literature sub-series, this week showcasing Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken.” This illustration covers the opportunistic situations treasurers can take advantage of, as well as intentional directions with a view to career choices and approaches to life and tasks. Listen in on how to make choices that lead you to the road of success.