In a recent PowerPoint presentation to manufacturing industry controllers and CFOs, CPA Janet Trelite wowed the audience with a slide deck featuring 64 information-packed slides. The hour-long talk on the new leasing standards was fourth in a lineup of technical experts on tax, revenue, and of course, blockchain.
We rented out a theatre, filled it with accountants, then asked them to give us their rating and answer a few questions about the movie. Given the depth of training in form completion, coupled with hundreds of years of combined accounting industry experience, we obtained a relevant set of ratings and opinions about the movie that are summarized here.
CPAs often shy away from business development and sales calls. Maybe it's for good reason, that stuff really can kill you!
It’s no secret that teams who enjoy working together are more cohesive and productive. Break out of the CPA / accountant stereotype and be sure to have enough fun in the office to balance out the daily grind. Here are four ways to accomplish this, or spur on your own creativity for having fun at your office.
In reaction to trending social media outcries, a new Men to Watch Award Program is being launched this year by several state CPA societies. The formerly dormant Men’s Initiatives Executive Committee (MIEC) has just announced the MTW Program and nomination criteria, with the goal of honoring outstanding men in the profession.
Can project management be poetic? We’re not sure either, but here’s an attempt. Please enjoy this collection of project management verses with our compliments.
We've all been there. Trying to make our work-lives more efficient, transfer knowledge to newer team members and leverage our practice. Sometimes it works, and, well, sometimes the result is embarrassing at best. If you’ve ever wondered if you’re a delegation master, or one who could use a few tweaks to make the most of your efforts, you are in the right place. Below are a few ways to recognize when you might not have done the very best job ever in delegating your work.
After my webinar on Building a High-Functioning team, I received a whole lot of feedback from participants saying thank-you for the reminder to have fun.
This really caught me off guard. How in the world did we end up so focused on our goals (also a part of building a great team) that we completely let go of the fun part?