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Best Practices: 6 Strategies for Leading Through Uncertainty

Published May 10, 2021

If there was ever any doubt about the importance of a leader’s ability to navigate change, uncertainty, and disruption, the emergence of the global pandemic in 2020 made this necessity abundantly clear. And while we all hope to avoid future pandemics, one thing is certain — we cannot avoid ever-increasing complexity. The leaders we work with often report feeling stuck, ill-equipped, or overwhelmed as they face the growing challenges ...

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Email Etiquette

Published March 10, 2021

While email is the most expeditious way to communicate, we have to be mindful and thoughtful about what we choose to share before clicking send. Additionally, the sheer volume of messages we're reading and writing each day can be overwhelming. Here is a list of email etiquette tips you should practice daily. Remember that nothing is truly ‘confidential’ in an email One of the most valuable pieces of advice received during my career ...

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Virtual Accounting: How to Succeed Remotely

Published March 10, 2021

The coronavirus has changed the business landscape significantly. Many accounting firm leaders, who were once reluctant to allow employees to work from home or other locations, now realize the value of a remote workforce, especially when it comes to recruiting and retaining talent. But working remotely can also create challenges, such as communicating with and managing employees, setting up necessary technology, and establishing and enforcing ...

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How to Stop Overthinking Everything

Published March 8, 2021

Deliberation is an admirable and essential leadership quality that undoubtedly produces better outcomes. But there comes a point in decision making where helpful contemplation turns into overthinking.

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Nervous About A Job Interview? 15 Smart Strategies To Conquer Your Anxiety

Published February 19, 2021

No matter how many job interviews you’ve gone through, it’s perfectly normal to get nervous beforehand. You might be unable to sleep the night before or feel your stomach tying up in knots as the meeting time draws closer. If nervousness about a job interview becomes overwhelming, it can hinder your performance. Luckily, there are several things you can do to help alleviate your anxiety. Below, 15 members of Forbes Human Resources ...

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