Three months ago I asked “Is it old fashioned to be a boring accountant?” The
I didn’t intend to begin this series with a bit of moralising – and I’m not really sure where it’s come from, and yet when you begin to think about what really matters in business some moralising d
In fact, maybe I should ask "who says ANYONE can multi-task?" My wife is a classic multi-tasker - that is to say her head is full of a million tasks and she tries to do as many as she can simultane
In August, AccountingWEB member Peter Saxton touched a nerve when he complained, “Clients see
September 20 - If saying thank you is the number one rule for business, the second ru
There is an absolute golden rule in business as far as I am concerned. So, if my new column is to get off to the right start then this is where to start.
Mark Lee summarises the tips recently shared by AccountingWEB members on how overcome the perennial problem of putting things off.
As the Self Assessment filing deadline approaches, many accountants are feeling the stress rushing to file those last-minute tax returns.
Communication skills and problem solving are arguably as important as our technical skills but we spend little time developing these.
Coach Carol proposes two principles that every meeting should adhere to in order to help bring quality to such office gatherings.