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Accounting and Business magazine

English, Finance, 1 season, 10 episodes, 2 hours, 10 minutes
Our podcast series will help you stay at the top of your professional game
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Episode 10: Football finance in 2022

The world cup football tournament is big business. This year’s event in Qatar in November is no exception. In this podcast, Kieran Maguire, football finance lecturer at the University of Liverpool, and author of The Price of Football, looks at what’s at stake and for the tournament’s organisers as well as for football clubs and investors more broadly.
8/25/20228 minutes, 50 seconds
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Episode 9: Workplace wellbeing

As part of the AB series on challenges facing small and medium sized practices, we look at some of the practical ways practice leaders can support staff in difficult times, on both personal and professional levels.
1/5/20229 minutes, 4 seconds
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Episode 8: Differentiating your brand

As part of the AB series on challenges facing small and medium sized practices, practitioner Robert Belle FCCA and marketing consultant Jason Ball look at the importance of brand differentiation in getting ahead of the competition.
11/18/202113 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 7: Managing talent in a pandemic

As part of the AB series on challenges facing small and medium sized practitioners, managing partners Ajay Sethi FCCA and Chris Biggs look at the impact the pandemic has had on their staff, and  how have they been supporting their talent to survive and thrive.
11/12/20217 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 6: Accountancy open to all

As a partially sighted accountant, Usha Mistry FCCA talks about how the profession – and the ACCA qualification – is accessible to those with disabilities, and the unique value the visually impaired can bring to the workplace
5/25/20218 minutes, 13 seconds
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Episode 5: Adapting to change

As part of the AB series 'Tomorrow's professional today', Urszula Pajdzik FCCA talks about the shifting landscape around the future role of accountants, and how we can manage this change and uncertainty
3/29/202119 minutes, 41 seconds
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Episode 4: Young accountants take charge

As part of AB's series 'Tomorrow's professional today', recently qualified Poppy Brimson ACCA explains how she keeps her skills relevant and her training up to date, and how she sees her career as an evolution that might take many forms
3/22/202112 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 3: Using social media to further your career

Heather Smith FCCA shares top tips - as part of the series 'Tomorrow's professional today' - for how to launch or improve your social media presence, whether to find a new job, showcase your talents, support your learning, or connect with link-minded individuals.
3/15/202117 minutes, 39 seconds
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Episode 2: The changing skills of auditors

Audit is changing in response to advances in technology. As part of the series 'Tomorrow's professional today', Deloitte’s Katie Canell and James Brighton talk about the shifts they’re seeing and how professional accountants can prepare for this change
3/8/202120 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 1: Honing your practitioner skills

What does the future hold for accountancy practitioners in a world in flux? Carl Reader FCCA talks about the new skills required, shifts in working practices, developments in technology and other trends now affecting ACCA members in practice, as part of AB's series 'Tomorrow's professional today'
2/26/202112 minutes, 9 seconds