How to master the career pivot

Online course


Join June Angelides, investor and founder of coding business Mums in Technology, on Thursday, August 27 as she discusses how to pivot your career and navigate toward greater income and happiness.

Nearly all of us fantasise about changing our career or doing something different at some point in our life. But how do you pivot your career and navigate towards greater income and happiness?

June Angelides is no stranger to the career pivot. She started her career at Silicon Valley Bank before founding the coding business Mums in Technology. Today, June works as an investor at Samos Investments dovetailing with her profile as a tech leader. During this course, June will teach you ten lessons for making a successful career change and she will arm you will the skills you need to re-invent your career in the brave new world that lies ahead.

This online course, brought to you by The Times and The Sunday Times, is a rare opportunity to hear from a leading practitioner in their field. Delivered via live video link, June Angelides will lead an interactive masterclass before offering you the opportunity to pose your questions and receive feedback.


Part 1: Introduction by Scarlett Russell, entertainment editor for The Sunday Times Style  

Part 2: What does a career pivot mean and how do you know it is right for you?

Part 3: Identifying your strengths, passions and core competencies

Part 4: Planning your pivot 

Part 5: Taking the plunge and pitching yourself for success     

About June Angelides

Named by the Financial Times as the 6th Most Influential BAME Tech Leader in 2018 and the 15th most influential woman in tech by Computer Weekly, June Angelides is someone who is no stranger to changing vocations. From a career which began at Silicon Valley Bank to starting a successful coding business while on maternity leave, June knows what it is like to put in the hard yards when it comes to choosing and excelling at a job that suits a particular stage of life. In her current role as an investor at Samos Investments, she focuses on backing high-growth European businesses while remaining a champion of flexible working and promoting gender diversity in business.

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