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  1. Deloitte Australia CEO Cindy Hook on leading in diversity

    Deloitte Australia CEO Cindy Hook talks about leadership, diversity and the future of business...

  2. Bhutanese refugee achieves his CA dream in NZ

    Newly qualified CA Diwash Bhattarai grew up in a refugee camp loving numbers and hoping to help people achieve prosperity...

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  3. Indigenous accountants forge a proud history

    Indigenous accountants may be rare, but they are passionate about what they do and can strongly empower their people, according to Indigenous Corporations official Christian Lugnan, who attended this...

  4. Truth and Trump

    Global warming is happening and reference to “alternative facts” should not lead us to doubt it, says media warrior and business leader Arianna Huffington...

  5. Blazing a trail

    From corporate boardrooms to Bell Shakespeare and the PwC leadership team, Anne Loveridge FCA says giving back has been important on her journey...

  6. The new face of accounting

    The path to prosperity is not always easy, but Māori accounting scholarship winner Yonder Munday says education is breaking down barriers for her...

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  7. Watch: Challenging world views at One Young World

    Attending this year’s One Young World summit in Colombia proved to be an eye-opening and challenging experience for Chartered Accountants ANZ delegates Jozo Frankovic and Harry Flett...

  8. The journey of Māori accountants

    Attending this year’s Indigenous Accountants Conference in Vancouver has given New Zealand BDO Māori partner Kylee Potae great hope for the future...

  9. Facial share and the beard tax

    A beard tax? Not by the hairs of our chinny chin chins says the Beard Liberation Front...

  10. Economics with a vampire

    Incautious economists have produced a rich vein of research that vampires could really get their teeth into – to put the bite on us mortal beings...

  11. Why trust matters

    In a world of global distrust, where are the true believers? The urgent need to share the benefits of reform shines through in economic reports from both sides of the Tasman...

  12. Indigenous business - A sleeping giant awakes

    Indigenous enterprise is rapidly becoming big business in Australia, but more Aboriginal accountants are needed, speakers told a recent CA ANZ university forum...

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  13. Culture shock holds back Asian employees

    How can businesses close the cultural gap between their Australian and Asian employees?...

  14. Tackling the complex modern boardroom

    In an era of more complex business demands, what skills do modern board members need and what issues do they have to navigate?...

  15. Diversity consultant Graeme Russell on dads at work and home

    Major culture change required to support working dads share caring for children...

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