Седова Наталья Юрьевна
Руководитель отдела IT аналитики - Lamoda
Moscow, Russia

https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalia-sedova-21150138/

Talks (3)
  • 28.01.2021
    How an analyst can create a successful CV: chips and main mistakes

    CV – all of us have created it and will probably make it more than once. 

    Are you still at the start of your career or want to change the occupation and start as an analyst and don’t know what to write in the CV to make it attractive? – I know, I had one. Do you think about making a CV standing out from the competitors, but you have already some experience and knowledge? – well known too. And now I am not a job applicant, but I am a potential employer.

    I have got some experience and analysed the best practices and would like to discuss with you about:

    • what you should always put on your CV and what should be kept quiet;

    • what chips are suitable for a potential employer;

    • what you can write in the CV if you don’t have an appropriate experience.

    I will tell you about the theory and analyse real examples. Then I will invite you to join my “Workshop to create a successful CV”. Everyone who wants will remake the examples to receive the parts of a successful CV within this workshop. 

    • Easy
    • 20 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
  • 28.01.2021
    Workshop on how to create a successful CV

    A successful CV is another quality product consisting of parts, and every piece must be worked out carefully. Every member will get real examples within this workshop and remake it to be more visual and competent.  

    The workshop is a practical continuation of Natalya Sedova’s talk - “How an analyst can create a successful CV: chips and main mistakes”.


    *Bonus for the most proactive - we'll take apart your CV and come up with ways to improve it.

    • Easy
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
  • 01.02.2019
    10 advices about an analyst’s remote work

    For 10 years I worked in an office, but one year ago my life changed a lot – I started working remotely at home. I tried to organise my work as efficiently as possible although my daily routine was very tight – with a nurseling. Based on my experience, I identified 10 rules which are very useful for me to organise the remote work, and I want to share them with you.

    My talk will be interesting for those specialists who anyhow deal with remote work. Especially it may be interesting for those specialists who want but can not decide on the remote work because of a lot of other important cases. And it seems that the remote work is a future in our age of the Internet, that’s why my talk may be interesting eventually for all of you.

    • Easy
    • 20 min
    • Analyst Days / 10
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