350 episodes

The #SITN Show (www.sitnshow.com) is a popular accounting & finance podcast listened to in over 150+ countries around the world.

Getting an accounting qualification or finance certification is one of the best things to do to make a difference in our society. It potentially gives us a position from which we can help businesses make better decisions for the good of their customers, suppliers, communities, colleagues and yes owners and other financiers too. We can help increase the opportunity for all. So #SITN was established to leverage the value of mentoring:

1. To elevate the influence, impact, value, and difference we make for our organisations; and
2. To have more fun, rewarding, and meaningful careers in accounting & finance.

In this way we make it more accessible to everyone in our profession, regardless or geography, professional affiliations, status, gender, etc…

The fundamental premise of #SITN is that despite for all the challenges our profession is facing into, the seemingly accelerating rate of change, the new digital technologies and business models, we still have the ability to share with each other practical advice & experiences on what works well and what doesn’t, so that we can all plot better paths forward.

Every Thursday we release a professionally produced podcast with a 30- to 40-minute interview that has been recorded with a guest mentor relevant to the finance & accounting profession. These guest mentors share their real success stories and hard-won lessons which are not found in any textbooks or on LinkedIn profiles. Together with the interviewer they deconstruct their experiences into the key strengths, qualities and practical ‘baby’ steps that others can also follow. On Mondays there is the popular #SITN Monday Memo which is a 5-minute debrief on a topical issue or useful piece of practical advice in accounting & finance.

The show is accessible via: iTunes; Stitcher; Spotify; YouTube; and Soundcloud, with detailed time-stamped show notes, key quotes, resources & ways to connect with guest mentors at www.sitnshow.com.

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The #SITN Show (www.sitnshow.com) is a popular accounting & finance podcast listened to in over 150+ countries around the world.

Getting an accounting qualification or finance certification is one of the best things to do to make a difference in our society. It potentially gives us a position from which we can help businesses make better decisions for the good of their customers, suppliers, communities, colleagues and yes owners and other financiers too. We can help increase the opportunity for all. So #SITN was established to leverage the value of mentoring:

1. To elevate the influence, impact, value, and difference we make for our organisations; and
2. To have more fun, rewarding, and meaningful careers in accounting & finance.

In this way we make it more accessible to everyone in our profession, regardless or geography, professional affiliations, status, gender, etc…

The fundamental premise of #SITN is that despite for all the challenges our profession is facing into, the seemingly accelerating rate of change, the new digital technologies and business models, we still have the ability to share with each other practical advice & experiences on what works well and what doesn’t, so that we can all plot better paths forward.

Every Thursday we release a professionally produced podcast with a 30- to 40-minute interview that has been recorded with a guest mentor relevant to the finance & accounting profession. These guest mentors share their real success stories and hard-won lessons which are not found in any textbooks or on LinkedIn profiles. Together with the interviewer they deconstruct their experiences into the key strengths, qualities and practical ‘baby’ steps that others can also follow. On Mondays there is the popular #SITN Monday Memo which is a 5-minute debrief on a topical issue or useful piece of practical advice in accounting & finance.

The show is accessible via: iTunes; Stitcher; Spotify; YouTube; and Soundcloud, with detailed time-stamped show notes, key quotes, resources & ways to connect with guest mentors at www.sitnshow.com.

    #350: Giving guidance beyond the “black and white” with Louise Miller

    #350: Giving guidance beyond the “black and white” with Louise Miller

    “Asking open questions is really important. We quite often hide the answer in the question. So we're leading somebody with our questions. So really asking why and what and who, and how, all of those things … They get the individual thinking about the answer in more detail.”

    Great advice from this week's guest mentor Louise Miller who shares with us the importance of:

    - Both on the job experience and certifications in our finance careers
    - Having an opinion when analysing data
    - Taking a forward-looking perspective
    - Digitalization and investments
    Check out sitnshow.com/ for detailed time stamped show notes, transcripts, links to resources and more guest mentor episodes and Monday Memos.

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    • 24 min
    #349: MM: How A Hosepipe Can Help Your Efforts Go Further

    #349: MM: How A Hosepipe Can Help Your Efforts Go Further

    What has a hosepipe got to do with your efforts, and helping them go further?

    I’m always on the lookout for a good analogy to share, so in this bite-sized episode I share the opportunities this one presents to get the most out of your career and non-career activities.

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    • 6 min
    #348: Being Bold in Your Career Choices with Cecile Francais

    #348: Being Bold in Your Career Choices with Cecile Francais

    “Everything is about thinking ahead, looking ahead where you want to go, before you actually go to that meeting or meet that person or take that action. So always be prepared and look ahead.”

    Great advice from this week's guest mentor Cecile Francais who shares with us:

    - The importance of seizing opportunities
    - How finance professionals can best engage with people and challenge existing practice
    - Why we should trust not only our training but also our intuition about the data

    Check out sitnshow.com/ for detailed time stamped show notes, transcripts, links to resources and more guest mentor episodes and Monday Memos.

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    • 21 min
    #347: MM: The Risks & Opportunities From The Financialization Of The Finance Team

    #347: MM: The Risks & Opportunities From The Financialization Of The Finance Team

    What has the financializaton of traditional industries mean for finance teams?

    Over the last couple decades there has been an increasing financialization of entire industries with the emergence of Airbnb; Uber; Amazon; Netflix and so on where a lot of companies that don't necessarily own assets or generate profits in the same way as traditional companies used to but have nonetheless fetched very high market valuations.

    In this bite-sized episode I share some of the risks and opportunities this presents for the modern finance team.

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    • 17 sec
    #346: How CFOs And CIOs Can Work Better Together With Sebastian Grady

    #346: How CFOs And CIOs Can Work Better Together With Sebastian Grady

    “Knowing your craft, that's table stakes, there's no substitute for hard work. But rolling up your sleeves and being collaborative with other people is a real art.”

    According to today’s guest mentor Sebastian Grady, who also helps us deconstruct on the #sitn podcast:

    - Why is software so valuable today and some ways of maximising ROI from it.
    - The relationships between CFOs and CIOs, how these have evolved during the last year.
    - His personal experiences with Fortune 100 CIOs particularly how the pandemic has accelerated them making things happen during the past year that would have otherwise taken much longer.
    - Key insights from their recent global finance survey of 1572 CFOs and finance leaders
    - The importance of doubling down on the business case.

    Check out https://sitnshow.com/ for detailed time stamped show notes, transcripts, links to resources and more guest mentor episodes and Monday Memos.

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    • 33 min
    #345: MM: Why Do Chief Data Officers Fail

    #345: MM: Why Do Chief Data Officers Fail

    “Why Do Chief Data Officers Fail?”

    This was the headline of an article I read during the week and got me thinking since finance professionals rely so much on data too are there any signals or traps we need to be aware of so we don’t make the same mistakes.

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    • 7 min

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