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Head of Group Controlling and Taxes - Munksjö AB
During a recent conversation, Nevila Muca shared more on her experience at PwC Albania - while also providing valuable career and leadership advice.
What drew you to PwC?
In addition to the reputable name worldwide, I was drawn by the fact that in Albania, PwC was represented by highly qualified local professionals that reflected a strong image.
During my early encounters with PwC representatives, I remained with great impressions and a wish to join PwC at some point in the future.
How was your experience at PwC?
It has been short but intense; enriching in many aspects and valuable for my next career years.
Moving from a specific industry to PwC, brought a different type of exposure. Consultancy work extended to different industries, assignments varied from simple to complex where each day would bring a new challenge, with no two days being alike.
At PwC, one is always aware of the expectation to deliver excellence, to follow through with compliance and always be up to date. In addition, a great network is always there to support and encourage.
My experience at PwC has been definitively a growth experience - both professionally and interpersonally.
Any lasting lessons from your time at PwC, that you found most impactful towards your future career?
At PwC, you get a 360 degree exposure - to various industries and assignments, with colleagues from several backgrounds and ages, where you learn to appreciate different perspectives.
PwC taught me to adapt fast, never stop learning, aim for the highest quality and enhance my customer approach.
Reflecting on your career at this point, what makes you feel the most proud?
What makes me feel the most proud is the confidence I have gained in thriving in diverse industries; the ability to take over challenges on improving ways to support business; how I appreciate diversity and how I can adapt with an open mind.
How would you describe yourself as a leader?
I am under continuous development, never settling. Having had the opportunity to move to a different country has brought me new perspectives on leadership as well.
As a leader, I would be happy to be seen as someone others can rely upon and feel at ease with - while feeling inspired towards improvement and development.
What do you think is most important in leadership?
A clear sense of purpose, empathy, inspiration, but most importantly adaptability.
With everything around us changing so rapidly: technology, ways of working, business environment, human capital etc., I think a leader must either adapt, or risk becoming obsolete.
What helpful career advice do you have for students and recent graduates, as they plan their future careers?
For those who aim higher standards in the profession after graduation, an experience at PwC is an opportunity worth considering.
You get to further enhance your academic knowledge by continuing your education through ambitious trainings and opportunities for secondment offered.
Working with a variety of assignments, an exposure to a wide network, best market practices, while being supported by top professionals along the way, will quickly develop one professionally - boosting their confidence to easily take over new challenges.
If you could go back in time and tell your 18-year-old self-something, what would it be?
Travel, experience more and don’t hesitate to dive into entrepreneurship.
Country Managing Partner, Tax and Legal Services, PwC Albania