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Are You A/B Testing Your CV?

You know as a candidate your CV has one objective.  To get you invited to the job interview. Sounds really simple in theory.  In practice it’s a whole lot tougher. Creating a good CV is difficult.  There’s plenty of advice out there.  Yet for some accountants and professionals it can be a struggle. I’ve reviewed a lot of […]

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How To Be More Successful When Searching For Your Next Job

One thing that’s very different to when I started out in my career to now is just how easy it is to find jobs to apply for.In some respects one would think that it follows that finding your next job will be easier. The reality is very different. I suspect that the recent and ongoing impact of […]

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Success In Remote Job Interviews – What You Can Learn From Television

If you are looking for a new job right now it’s highly likely that the job interview process will be done remotely. For many accountants and professionals this is very unfamiliar territory. So how might you have more confidence and success by learning from television? That’s one of many questions I asked Media coach and expert Alan Stevens. With […]

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Tell People How It Really Is When Leading in Finance

You’re a leader in finance.  Your organisation is struggling to meet sales targets and as a result is making a loss. As a leader in finance you know that this is sooner or later going to result in some cash challenges. In these situations it might be tempting to just muddle along.  The problem with this is […]

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Five Quick Solutions To The “I Don’t Know How” To Get More Job Interview Invites Problem

You are ready to take the next step in your accountancy career.  As you are qualified, have some great experience and a track record of achievement it shouldn’t be that difficult. A few months down the line your progress is slow.  You apply for roles.  A lot of the time you hear nothing and get […]

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