As social distancing restrictions begin to ease, employees may have a mixed response about returning to the office. It is critical for business leaders and HR departments to listen to concerns and keep their staff motivated and informed of changes as they prepare to return to work after COVID-19.
In times of upheaval and uncertainty, anxiety and stress at work increases. We recently ran a webinar with Yolanda Beattie to discuss how finance leaders can best manage themselves and their teams during these unprecedented times. Check out some of her top tips here.
The key to building more resilient, connected and inspired teams during a pandemic all comes down to one key factor: care. Leadership resilience expert Graeme Cowan shared his thoughts on how we can all do this, in one of our recent webinars.
Win that role remotely with these handy tips for conducting a successful video job interview.
With the push towards remote working practices during the COVID-19 outbreak, now has never been a better time to reassess how you’re onboarding and make use of digital technologies to create a seamless experience for your new hire. Check out our top tips.
The performance of your team depends on three things: the health and diversity of your team members, the strength and health of their relationships and their ability to adapt over time. Learn how to create more connected and collaborative teams by tapping into these three areas.
Finance contractor Shree sat down with Moir Group to share his story of what it’s like to look for a job during COVID-19, what he is doing to upskill and how he’s staying positive.
What are some of the questions you should be asking yourself before and after a job interview to make sure you come away from it knowing whether it’s the right career opportunity and fit for you?
Taking on new job is always a steep learning curve – but doing it at the height of a global pandemic, while leading a team remotely is a whole new challenge. That’s exactly what happened to Rohit – Moir Group contractor and Chartered Accountant. Here, he shares his story and his advice for job seekers.
As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease, there is likely to be an increase in confidence from employers and employees, and more opportunities will be out there. Now it’s about making yourself stand out and securing the best role for you.
A critical thinker is a problem solver. They are able to evaluate complex situations, weigh-up different options and reach logical (and often quite creative) conclusions. In this article we will show you how to develop critical thinking skills to help further your career in finance and accounting.
In such times of unprecedented change and disruption, the Moir Group are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of all of our employees, clients, candidates and stakeholders – it is our utmost priority. As a business, we are taking a number of preventative measures to ensure that we doing everything we […]
The coronavirus is changing the way we work, with an increased push towards virtual working practices. Don’t let this deter your job search. Check out our tips on how you can take control of your career in these changing times.
Event highlights: Moir Group Discussion with Paul Bloxham ‘The local & global economy: Upswing to the new normal’
As we look to our economic future, businesses should try and stay nimble, as their ability to adapt to new opportunities – like increased digitalisation – will help them be more efficient and grow productivity.
Numbers people don’t always make good salespeople. This can hurt your chances when looking for a new job. Learn how to ace your accounting finance job search by promotin your soft skills, fine-tuning your personal brand and selling yourself effectively.
Financial Accountant Liz has been working in her not-for-profit role for over 10 years, when she lost her job due to COVID-19. She had to start all over again – here she shares her story and her “never give up” attitude.
Learn how to “unlearn” past mindsets and behaviours in order to grow as a finance professional.
Interim finance executives are one of the most under-utilised tools companies have at their disposal. An experienced set of hands can be brought on-board temporarily as both an emergency stop-gap solution, and as a management strategy for delivering business transformation and change projects.
We’ve been running a fantastic webinar program here at Moir to help you through these uncertain times. Check out some of the great resources we’ve got already and stay tuned for more in the coming weeks!
How we think influences how we process and use information we receive. Using the Whole Brain Thinking approach, you can get a better understanding for other people’s thinking preferences, which in turn will help you to have greater influence as a finance leader. Learn how.
What does it mean to ‘be yourself’ at work? Essentially it’s the practice of authentically presenting yourself to others, both in word and action, regardless of the situation. In short, it means being true to who you are. Andrew Pownall, Senior Associate with Moir Group shares his experience. Transcript: Andrew Pownall: Many of us […]
Behavioural or Competency Based interviews (CBI) are very common these days and quite different to your standard interview.