One big question. One panel of experts. No script. A podcast for, and by, people passionate about the accounting and bookkeeping industries in Australia and New Zealand.
Focus on growth
For this episode we welcome a new host, MYOB's own Richard Holstein.
Richard is joined by:
Former MYOB Partner of the Year, Kyelie BaxterCoach and mentor to the accounting and bookkeeping professions, Mel PowerGrowth mindset expert, John Rives from the Growth Mindset InstituteTogether, they dissect the personal nature of growth, question traditional preconceptions of what growth means, and look at the importance of starting your growth journey by looking inwards.
Supporting clients when government support ends
Government support for small businesses impacted by COVID will soon come to an end. As the stimulus and support draws to a close, business owners are going to increasingly lean on their trusted advisors for the help they need to see their businesses survive and succeed throughout 2021.
In this episode our guests discuss the need for advisors and their clients to demonstrate resilience and adaptability in the face of another large impending change.
Joining us for this conversation are:
Leanne Berry - Director, Love Your NumbersJohn Peterson - Founder & Director, The Best Practice GroupCaren Hendrie - Founder & Director, The Hendrie Group
Attracting and retaining emerging talent
Finding great emerging talent can pay huge dividends to the future success of your business. But finding and keeping the best talent isn't easy, and not only because they're in high demand.
The ambitions, expectations and motivations of up and coming accountants and bookkeepers are different to any generation that has come before.
In this episode, we're joined by:
Olivia Palfreyman, Administration Manager of Palfreyman Chartered Accountants and two-time Accountants Daily 30 under 30 winner.Kate Coley, Employer Engagement Manager from University of AucklandDamien Gooden, CEO of HR CentralTogether, our panel unpack what it is that emerging talent is looking for in a modern employer, workplace, team and role. They look at what it takes to make yourself attractive to them and what it takes to keep them happy.
The future of Bookkeeping
In this Global Bookkeeping Week special, our host Colin Beattie is joined by three big hitters from the Bookkeeping world to talk about the future of the industry:
- Amanda Linton, CEO, ICB
- Di Crawford-Errington, President, ICNZB
- Peter Thorp, Director, ABA
The panel discuss where the industry is going and the implications that has for those working in it.
Coping with stress
2020 has left us no stranger to stress. Living on the economic front line of the COVID-19 crisis, accountants and bookkeepers have, more than ever, had to learn to cope with their own stress while helping clients deal with theirs.
Colin is joined by Amanda Linton, CEO of the ICB, Damien Gooden, CEO of HR Central and
Michael Hines, Psychologist from Smiling Mind to tackle one of, if not the most important topics of the year.
Life after COVID-19
New normal may be the buzz phrase of 2020, but what is it? When is it? And what is it going to mean to accountants and bookkeepers?
Colin is joined by facilitator and podcaster Steph Clarke, ABN Director Peter Thorp and MYOB's own GM Customer Success, Natalie Feehan to tackle those questions and more.