In the Slipstream FM
Welcome to the Slipstream Coaching podcast program!
Our aim with the program is to enable you to listen to a range of interesting guests about running a better accounting or financial planning firm.
If you are new to podcasts, you are in for a treat! A new world awaits, full of interesting audio recordings on all sorts of subjects.
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Scroll down to see the episodes we have in store for you.
In this episode we talk with Jon Ryall of Frontline Accounting about The case for offshoring. Jon is well qualified to discuss this topic as he is both a consumer and provider of these services. Jon shares some very practical information about how offshoring works in practice, all of which is based upon his own experience.
In this episode we engage in a wide ranging discussion with Julienne Barton of Sureal about harnessing the power of you and your team. Amongst a number of interesting topics, we discuss personal success, career development, teamwork, leadership and recruitment – all significant aspects of human resources for accounting and financial planning practitioners.
In this episode, we talk with Adrian Lynch of Nicholas O’Donahue Lawyers. Adrian is a terrific lawyer who specialises in some key topics which are highly relevant to listeners to the In the Slipstream FM podcast .
In this episode we talk with Guy Pearson of Practice Ignition about Lighting up your accounting firm. Amongst a range of interesting topics, we discuss smarter ways of getting paid and other technology efficiencies.
In this episode we talk with Phil Little about joining Slipstream Coaching as our latest coach. Amongst a range of interesting topics, we discuss Phil’s approach to coaching and the common sense perspective he brings to the practitioners he’ll be working with.
In this episode we talk with Alisdair Barr of Grad Mentor about graduate recruitment, with particular emphasis on the accounting and financial planning professions.
In this Bold Practitioner interview, we speak with Andrew Jago who has been both an accountant and a financial planner in practice.
In this Bold Practitioner interview, we speak with Ray Miles who has had a stellar career in financial services.
In this episode, we talk with Gary Tupicoff, an experienced financial services practitioner.
During the course of a wide-ranging discussion, we touch upon many matters close to the heart of public practitioners.
In this interview, we introduce the concept of being a “Bold Practitioner” and what this entails.
We also speak with Phil Little a successful entrepreneur who has forged a wonderful career in financial services.
In this interview, we open a discussion on a topic which will be relevant to all practitioners at the end of their journey in professional practice, which is “How do I get out?”
In this interview we tackle the topic External CFO Services – passing fad or fantastic opportunity?
Sharon McClafferty discusses the book launch of ‘The BOLD Accountant’ with its author Scott Charlton as well as the upcoming Bold Accountant Workshops in Sydney and Melbourne.
In this second part of a two part series, Brenton Ward continues the discussion with The SMSF Expert’s Peter Johnson to demystify some of the technicalities around giving advice on SMSF since the lifting of the accountants exemption in July 2016
Brenton Ward talks with The SMSF Expert’s Peter Johnson to demystify some of the technicalities around giving advice on SMSF since the lifting of the accountants exemption in July 2016