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Find and Be Found: Advice for New Graduates in Times of Change

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“Find and be found” This should be the mantra for every secondary and post secondary student in today’s world.

Each week on the show I ask our guests to share advice with new graduates who are entering a very different world of work. This week I curated the advice of past guests into one episode.

  • Why the world of work is ripe for disruption and why you should be optimistic about the job market
  • How to use LinkedIn to grow your network, share your work and connect with people you want to work with
  • Why building your personal brand is a non-negotiable in 2020 and how you can use it to show the world what you can do with what you know
  • How to use your time in school to share your work and build a robust network online
  • How to use your challenges to fuel risk taking and try something new
  • Why you should never be afraid to reach out to someone to ask a question or get advice when it comes to your career
  • How to share and advance ideas within your organization

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I’m Sabba.

I believe that the future should be designed. Not left to chance.

Over the past decade, using design thinking practices I've helped schools and businesses create a culture of innovation where everyone is empowered to move from idea to impact, to address complex challenges and discover opportunities. 

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All of my best and life changing relationships began online. Whether it's a simple tweet, a DM or an email. It always begins and ends with the relationships we create. 

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