Leadership & people skills
How organisations can be more relatable and minimise burnout risk
With employees feeling less energised, organisations need to adapt in a number of ways to keep a thriving workforce, a global study shows.
5 strategies for delivering a memorable presentation
Addressing finance professionals at a conference requires knowledge of your audience, credibility, a great intro, and more.
Companies scrambling to secure tech talent for internal audit teams
Less than one-third of audit team leaders surveyed have access to the talent they need to fuel AI and machine learning solutions. Leaders are trying a variety of approaches to bridge the gap.
'People data’, a key to success, often not utilised
The gap between the amount of data collected and what is reviewed by business and HR leaders is “a concerning and recurring theme”, a report says.
How companies are managing pay and rewards amid high inflation
Finance advises HR and leadership on what is possible for pay increases, rewards, and overall salary and people headcount costs.
International Women’s Day: Embracing equity, empowering others
In an episode to celebrate International Women’s Day, two profession leaders share instances of progress and the roles we all can play to embrace equity.
People risk: How to mitigate the adverse effects of employee behaviour
The biggest risk to your business could be your organisational culture, but there are ways to change it.
Seizing the opportunity to close the skills gap
There is a widening gap between the skills employers need and those workers have, recent AICPA & CIMA research found.
How to improve your strategic thinking skills
Strategic thinking requires knowledge of the business and sector, asking the right questions, and effective communication to achieve buy-in from stakeholders.
Creating a safe space: Senior leaders can do more to combat discrimination
Senior leaders need to do more to challenge organisational cultures that enable discrimination, report finds.
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