Career progression

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  • Finance professionals are uniquely qualified to help businesses analyze big data. Future-proof your career by exploring this ever-expanding field and discovering the many opportunities awaiting you in data analytics.
  • Once you reach a senior level in your career, the road ahead holds many exciting possibilities. But how do you decide which path to take? Recruiting experts outline five ways for senior professionals to advance.
  • Your career progression options are not limited to management roles. Let the recruitment experts discuss 4 ways you can pursue career success – without managing people.
  • In order to move forward within your career, it is necessary to be your own ‘biggest fan’ and communicate to others about your skills and successes, otherwise you may find yourself stuck in a career rut. Find out the five ways here to give you greater control of your future path.
  • You career mentor is someone who can help you achieve your professional goals, and give you objective advice and support. If you’re ambitious about your career, a mentor can help you succeed. So why don’t you have one?
  • If you’re already in a senior position, and have lofty ambitions, it’s important to have a pathway in mind. Here are some things to consider as you plot out your career course.
  • Imagine that you are at the starting line on an Olympic track, the culmination of many years’ hard work and sacrifice, preparing for the biggest race of your life in a stadium filled with 80,000 spectators, floodlights blazing, television cameras trained on you, and the expectations of an entire ...
  • Regardless of your role or career stage, building and maintaining a strong network is more important than ever.
  • Katie Willyerd and Barbara Mistick explain why it's time to check how vulnerable you are to becoming obsolete at work
  • We’re not talking about behaving impulsively. Rather, the career risks you should consider are those that leave you feeling professionally satisfied, help you move up in the finance world and see you receiving fair reward and recognition for a job well done.
  • While the idea of networking might make you cringe, it’s a must-have skill for anybody who’s serious about their accounting and finance career.
  • Use the following five simple steps to make sure the conversation with your manager is a success and you receive the professional development you need to reach your career goals.
  • Just about everybody who has collected a paycheck can recognise the different types of “office politicians”.
  • Employers want to see their employees succeed, and prefer to avoid losing financial performers. Here are five reasons how you should start adding value to your employer:
  • As a finance / accounting professional, I’m guessing that achieving success in your career is important to you?
  • Knowing how to hire a successful candidate is an essential skill that should be picked up as you progress your career.
  • If you spend too much time listening to the wrong people, you can quickly find yourself in a much greater pickle than you were before. It's important to differentiate between good career advice built on sound logic and other misguided attempts to point you in the right direction.
  • Should you leave the big corporate role to go with a start-up? Do you focus on specialist areas knowing there may (or may not) be someone to fill in the gaps? How do you climb the ladder to success?
  • People often associate office politics with back-stabbing and doing dirty deals behind the watercooler. But, by failing to engage in its more positive aspects, you could be missing out on pay rises, promotions and perks.
  • A heavy sigh and a sense of trepidation is the reaction most people have when it’s time for their annual performance review. But if you actively participate in the process, an evaluation can be extremely beneficial in helping you advance professionally.