How naturally good are you at what you do?

By |2018-07-12T07:29:41+00:00October 29th, 2013|Accountants, Key Business skills, Productivity, Servicing clients, STANDING OUT|

Some people assume that all of the important non-technical skills evidenced by successful accountants and partners can be developed merely by working alongside experienced colleagues or learning 'on the job' , through experience. Another common view is that some people are naturally ‘good’ at things as though their experiences, background and training were irrelevant.

What I like about Linkedin endorsements

By |2013-10-22T08:32:51+00:00October 22nd, 2013|Linkedin|

It's hard to find anyone with a good word to say about Linkedin endorsements. I have been very critical of them myself. In this post I will summarise what the fuss is all about, share some related tips and then end by explaining what I like about the facility. What is all the fuss about?

How confident can you afford to be?

By |2013-10-15T08:27:37+00:00October 15th, 2013|Professional Negligence|

Not all accountants are full of confidence. And some of those who come across as confident are not - or should not be. There's an understandable desire to come across as confident in our profession. After all, who would want an accountant who seems unable to give confident replies to questions and requests for information?