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Fahim Moledina- authority vs influence

Leading with Influence

Leadership can be complicated but effective leaders in today’s workforce need to now be less authoritative and now have the skills to influence others to gain consensus or agreement to move initiatives forward in a way where people are bought in and motivated. The ability to influence is an essential leadership skill that as a…
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Classroom tech- Fahim Moledina CPA

Bootcamps, Self-Learning or Post-Secondary?

I wrote in the past on the value of post-secondary education and its need to adapt here. I also wrote on traditional examinations within the context of the CPA exam failures recently on testing there programs and usability. I was asked by somebody than where do I see things going in regards to education and…
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Diversity in the Workplace- Lessons from Don Cherry

So much is written on diversity in the workplace so it is often disheartening to see intolerance tolerated but at what point is there intolerance versus opinions and freedom of speech. In reality freedom of speech when representing an employer is tough as opinions of individuals can assist or severely hurt a brand’s reputation. Diversity…
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Keeping the End in Mind (Public Relations)

I recently watched an episode of The Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj and it focused on Canada specifically some of its policies and the guest was no other than Justin Trudeau. I suggest giving it a view. In reality, my content will not focus on much of the episode but the lack of due diligence by the…
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Customers First (Part 1)

Customers First (Part 1)- What is truly needed to be customer-centric and how do you listen to your customer and implement feedback?

The Desperation in Sales “Make a Customer Not a┬áSale”

Desperation in a sales process can make it difficult to be objective and calm to truly win a loyal customer.

The CPA Fyre Festival: Flawed Examinations & Torturous Learning – Fahim Moledina

I have questioned much of my formal learning recently in regards to not just the ROI but the tortuous nature of some exams. Recently I read about the CFE (CPA certification exam- Common Final Exam) that takes over two years to acquire but the exam is three days long and is fairly intense. I understand…
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