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5 Simple Changes To Make You A Better Business Partner

The role of the functional professional is changing. These days more are more of them are taking on the role of business partner. What’s clear is that different organisations are at different stages in implementing the business partnering approach, especially in finance. As a business partner you will no doubt aspire to do the best job you can […]

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3 Things That Will Help You To Be Better At Presenting As A Finance Professional

If you work in Finance, you will have to make presentations to those in the wider business. Sometimes these will be in small group meetings where they are slightly less formal. Other times it might be to a much larger audience. These days with more and more hybrid working, it’s likely that you will have to present online […]

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You Need To Be More Strategic

You’re a finance professional. In a review meeting with your boss, you get some feedback that you need to be more strategic. You nod, leave the meeting and scratch your head. Maybe you start to do a bit of research and find that rather than helps you figure out what to do, just creates more confusion. Here’s the thing […]

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Don’t Get Hung Up On Job Titles When Looking For Next Accounting Job

Don’t get hung up on job titles when looking for your next job in finance. Now that may seem like a strange thing to say. But here’s a reason why I think it’s important you don’t get hung up on job titles. Every organisation calls jobs, something different. One sector might describe one role in name, one role in […]

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Look Beyond The Job Title When Searching For Your Next Accounting Job

You are looking for your next accounting job. Chances are you will have given some thought to what you are looking for. Or at least I hope that you have. When thinking about your next role, you will be thinking about salary. You may have an expectation about the specific salary or the salary range. Perhaps you have considered job […]

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