EP Professional Success in Corporate Security | Marcus Stephens-Ofner

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    Could too much hot-zone experience lose you lose a corporate security opportunity? Is a corporate job really an ‘easy ride’ for a later life career? Hard hitting questions for today’s session with Marcus Stephens-Ofner who has successfully transitioned from the Circuit to the Corporate Environment where we will also look at:

    • How can you ‘translate’ EP accomplishments in a corporate security setting?
    • Why should an EP operator look at working in a corporation?
    • What benefits does becoming an employee offer an operator used to working contractually?
    • How can an EP CV / Resume be adapted?
    • What transferrable skills does the EP specialist have?

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