was/were your greatest work achievement/s at Precursor? How did it make you feel after achieving it?
would be me becoming a public accountant for Precursor. It is how I managed to building up strong relationships with my clients and
colleagues that I felt most encouraged and driven. That feeling of accomplishment for the past 9 years of late nights, perseverance and
hard work is a feeling that's indescribable.
would you say motivates you to do well at work?
as it may sound, but my biggest motivation right now is my clients. Communicating with different clients of different industries and
fully understanding their needs pushes me to do well.
What do you think are your strongest traits?
skills combined with the street-smarts shape my excellent rapport with people of all ages and an exceptionally great dealer when facing
a demanding client daily.
Creativity and innovation enable me to think out of the box and develop unique ideas and turn them into reality.
Emotional intelligence prevents negative emotions and spreads positive thinking to the team members.
is your usual source of inspiration when you tackle a difficult problem ahead?
my work is not easy and can often lead to a lot of stress or problems on a daily basis. That's why I make sure to have some desserts
whenever I'm having a difficult day. I always believe that desserts help me relieve my stress.
are you passionate about when you are not working? (If your passion if your work, what makes the work fulfilling for you?)
to different countries is one of the things that I really enjoy. It is where I spend most of my free time, aside from spending it with
skills/lessons are you looking forward to get as you are working as an Associate Director?
would be to enhance my technical knowledge in the accounting and auditing standards. The second is digital proficiency. Many industries are
shifting into the digital space. So, I want to guide my staff on training that can be accessed digitally.
do you envision yourself doing in the next 5 years? (Work or Personal life)
the next 5 years, I envision myself as an Audit Director; still working on a role and industry that I love is what I want to continue
doing in the future.
What are the lessons you could impart/share to the fresh graduates? Something that you could have told to your younger self if you've
just had the chance?
you what you love, and you'll never work another day in your life.