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Auditing Success – The Qualities of a Good Auditor

March 24, 2020 in Concero, Finance & Accounting


Being an auditor demands know-how, knowledge, attention to detail, and a go-getter attitude to see the task done. There are some additional qualities that propel auditors to excellence. Here’s how to rise to the top in the auditing world. Communication Skills Say “auditor” and the first image is often someone who is an introvert and […]


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Top 5 Networking Tips for 2020

February 27, 2020 in Concero, Professional Development


Networking is about finding mutually beneficial relationships. Whether you are looking for a new job, investors, customers, mentors or new colleagues and peers with the same interest as you; you have to get out there and meet new people. Here are my top 5 networking tips to help you make the right connections and make […]


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Employees Quit Their Boss — Not Their Job

January 30, 2020 in Concero, Professional Development


On the surface, a company can have all the shiny bells and whistles that make it attractive to a prospective employee. Great health benefits, fun perks, exciting growth opportunities, state-of-the-art facilities, and comprehensive training programs are all desirable aspects that can make a company stand out to a potential employee. However, scratching at that shiny […]


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Why Do Information Technology Projects Fail?

October 16, 2019 in Concero, IT


IT is driving the 21st-century economy, but not all IT projects are meant to be. According to a 2017 report by the Project Management Institute (PMI), 14 percent of all IT projects fail. Almost a third of successful projects did not meet their initial goals. More than 4 in 10 exceeded budget and nearly half blew […]


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How to Overcome The Task Switching Problem

September 17, 2019 in Concero, Professional Development


Before entering into the subject of task switching, we need to talk about multitasking. Multitasking is performing different tasks simultaneously. Many professionals believe they are multitasking when, in fact, they are task switching. Neither is great for productivity. According to the American Psychological Association, three types of multitasking exist. Classic multitasking: this is when you are genuinely performing […]


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Becoming a Network Engineer — Reality versus Expectation

March 26, 2019 in Concero, IT


Network engineers have the hefty responsibility of setting up an organization’s IT network, ensuring that it is as efficient and as secure as possible — but their role doesn’t stop there. They also need to maintain and develop the network on an ongoing basis, while this might seem simple, it can be very demanding. Good […]


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