Four practical tips that will help you keep global team meetings on track and participants engaged.
International money provider OFX completes A$23.7 billion in money transfers each year. As OFX's CFO, Selena Verth FCPA supports the business to deliver on its growth commitments.
Digital services firm Tigerspike has set is sights on improving people's lives through technology. Its COO Charley Rowley CPA says it's humans, not technology, that drive the business forward.
What happens when a mentee-mentor relationship continues throughout two careers and results in the mentee becoming the employer and the mentor becoming the employee? Two CPAs share their experiences.
Are you ready to make the career leap from CFO to COO? What's involved in the step up? We talk to three CPA Australia members about how they did it.
Treaty director at the Northern Territory Treaty Commissioner's Office Steve Rossingh FCPA has worked in the top end for 25 years. Now in his dream job, it took a few twists and turns in his career to get there. Before there was politics there was sport, and before that, accountancy.
In an age of sophisticated applicant tracking systems (ATS) and hi-tech digital job boards, it is imperative to ensure your CV has the best chance of standing out in the face of keyword optimisation.
You have great people and you know they can deliver. How do you help them perform? Red Bull looked to elite athletes for the following lessons on how to build a high-performance team.
EY Director Erin Quinane CPA reset her career and work-life balance after her workplace mental health suffered and she had a breakdown in 2015. This is her story of how she built herself back up and got back to work.
Is it worth breaking up your busy work week to attend an event or are you better off listening to a webinar in the office? Three experts debate the value of attending events.
As CFO, Broadway has to balance patient care with business sustainability. It's a difficult balance to achieve.
Fewer of us are retiring in the traditional sense of leaving the workforce entirely. Nowadays, older workers are often semi-retired, reducing their hours or taking freelance or part-time gigs that give them time for travel and other pursuits.
Employers look for candidates who bring creativity to their role, regardless of industry. See why this soft skill is growing more important for accountants.
A successful job interview relies as much on the employer as it does on the interviewee and the employer who prepares well will beat competitors in the war for talent. Read on for some useful interviewer tips.
Networking is hard work for introverts. It requires them to put themselves out there - to introduce themselves, get a conversation started and work the room. Here are some tips on how to improve those networking skills.
Sabrina Lai CPA decided to help provide food to people in need in Malaysia, and one event has taken her into leadership roles as a volunteer.
A recent OECD study shows more than 13 per cent of Australians regularly work 50 hours a week. What is the true cost of working excessive overtime?
Stuart Anderson CPA and Shulun Janif CPA found their skills and experience complementary when they started implementing new projects at Fiji Airways.
How can a small or medium-sized business be seen as a good workplace and stand out to job seekers? First, create an environment where people want to work.
You don't need to love sculpture or be an opera buff to have an accounting career in the arts, but you probably will develop a passion for the industry.