Clients who feel an emotional connection to your firm can be your greatest assets — especially in an age where accounting work is becoming increasingly commoditized.
Journal of Accountancy podcast episodes
John Garrett, a stand-up comedian, widely traveled speaker, and former practicing CPA, shares insights on how to deliver a memorable presentation at your next conference.
Should you use an emoji in email? Is there value in reaching “inbox zero” status? Byron Patrick, CPA/CITP, CGMA, has answers in this podcast.
Karen Dillon, a former editor with Harvard Business Review and author of the HBR Guide to Office Politics, discusses assertive strategies for empowering your career when you have a rocky relationship with your boss.
What is the top challenge facing U.S. finance executives? This podcast episode explores that topic and two other fast-rising obstacles detailed in a quarterly survey.
A not-for-profit’s survival depends on high-quality oversight from its board. In this episode, learn how using the right governance strategy can help your not-for-profit thrive.
Have you ever wondered how much your favorite college football team is worth? Mark Zyla, CPA/ABV, and Dan Cohen, Esq., discuss the value of teams to universities — and the ways in which a CPA might try to determine their financial valuation.
What are your “blind spots” when it comes to receiving feedback? And how has technology changed feedback expectations? Learn more in this podcast episode.
Should you immediately tell a co-worker about a dysfunctional work environment? It’s one of several questions addressed by leadership expert Jennifer Wilson.
Jonathan Flack, CPA, discusses why leaders of family businesses have such a difficult time with succession planning and what CPAs can do to help them.