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By Lucy Wilton, Graduate Employer Brand Manager for UK&I at EY.
Everything that we do at EY has a commercial goal in mind. It’s no good theorising for our clients if we can’t show them how it will work in practice.
Building commercial awareness takes time and on-the-job experience. But having some understanding of the business world, and being able to look at situations from a commercial perspective, will strengthen your position.
Developing a commercial awareness can make you a better fit for potential employers. Taking an interest in the business world will show employers that you can bring something valuable to their organisation - but more importantly you will really need it when you work with clients. Here are some tips on how to broaden your awareness of the business world:
Business skills are essential for any career - whether you want to be a banker, a journalist or a charity worker. In fact, many employers see them as a key asset, so they're well worth developing.
As well as having a keen interest in commercial awareness, it’s important for businesses to bring in people from a diverse background. At EY, we understand that every individual has equally individual requirements – and as an employer, we’ll only tap into our people’s very performance if we embrace and enable these differences.
Ben joined EY as a Graduate nine years ago and now co-chairs EY’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing Network which sits under the umbrella of Ability EY, the Firm’s overarching disability network. “I’ve found EY to be very accommodating, providing support whenever I’ve needed it. I have sign language interpreters who come with me when I attend training courses and a palantypist who converts speech to text during conference calls and other meetings which helps me to participate.”
On our website, we have a whole section dedicated to commerciality and its importance in the recruitment process. Find out more: http://ukcareers.ey.com/graduates/career-tips/key-skills/commerciality/
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