Nancy Droesch, CPA, co-founder of WILLO LLC, explains what employers can do to make their women’s initiatives stronger and more successful.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
Four women CPAs look back at that time, and share their funny, inspiring, and eye-opening stories about what it was like to be a pioneering female CPA.
Time management specialist Pam Vaccaro, CEO of Designs on Time, discusses ways CPAs can improve their focus to become more productive and satisfied at work.
Robby Riggs reveals what younger workers really want from an employer, and shares practical steps leaders can take to create rapport between older and younger employees.
Providing accounting services to marijuana businesses is full of potential legal and ethical minefields.
For 40 years, employees at HMWC CPAs and Business Advisors in Orange County have taken part in an annual tradition dubbed the “Death March”: a camping, hiking, or rafting trip in one of the continent’s most beautiful national parks.
Brandy Amidon, CPA, the CFO at South Carolina marketing and creative agency Brains on Fire, found a way to hold employees’ interest and get them to care more about the organization’s profitability.
Todd Cohen, a regular speaker at the AICPA’s CFO Conference, explains why we should network regularly, as opposed to networking only when we need to.
Mark Zyla, CPA/ABV/CFF, joins this edition of the podcast to talk about business prenups and divorce — and how they can impact your business’s valuation.
Wesley Middleton, CPA, founder and managing partner of MiddletonRaines+Zapata, discusses his unique leadership style and how and why his firm does things differently.