Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Do you see yourself as a future leader in your profession?
Becoming a great leader calls for a complex suite of skills. Although we recognise that talented bosses need to be equipped to rise to challenges and make tough decisions, we sometimes forget that the ability to communicate, delegate, remain positive and be creative are equally intrinsic to leadership success.
Whether you dream of heading up an accounting or law firm or serving as a tax adviser to large corporations, there are ways to hone your leadership credentials now.
Here are four attributes of great leaders, along with fail-safe tips for acquiring them.
Thursday, 7 September 2017
For some graduates, it's the toughest question in a job interview:
Tell me, what is your biggest weakness?
How should you answer? And what do potential employers really want to hear?
There was a time when saying you were a perfectionist or a workaholic were the only acceptable answers to the question about professional weaknesses. However, unless you really are a perfectionist or a workaholic (and have supporting evidence), those answers are now considered insincere.
We asked employers in the tax profession to explain what they really want to learn when they ask this question.