Accounting professionals discuss the importance of email as a communication tool and the need to think about how their emails — including the closings — reflect on their and their firms’ professionalism. They say the messages should also consider the nature of the relationship they have with the other person.
An accounting professor and author with a background in corporate America shares considerations and key questions when it comes to parsing and presenting data.
Consider how you can freshen up threadbare language to make your point.
A new survey found the finance function’s importance has grown in the past two years.
A speaker and author emphasizes the importance of pursuing outside passions and continuing to build on connections made over Zoom meetings in this podcast episode with transcript.
The hybrid working environment has improved productivity but requires leaders to focus more on building organizational culture and collaboration, according to Steven Harris, CPA, CGMA.
Remote work has transformed the way one CPA consultant communicates with clients and staff. Learn more in this podcast episode.
PowerPoint blunders can make your presentations painful to sit through. Try these tips to make your talks clearer, more concise and more memorable.
To ensure that discussion goes as smoothly as possible, aim to tailor your approach to your manager, focus on the positive, and remain open to creative compromise.
Tax planning is a year-round activity. Here is some advice to consider before the year end. Also, get a preview of a grammar quiz on commonly confused word pairs.
This quiz will help you distinguish the better choice in 10 word pairs.
This article offers tips to make your emails direct and easy to read.
This article discusses the four soft skills most prominent for professionals looking to improve their work and their employability.
Providing and receiving professional critiques can be challenging. Operating with empathy and authenticity can help.
Individuals who are proactive about their professional development and excel at communication and other soft skills have the best chance of promotion in a remote-working environment.
Leading an online meeting involves managing the technology as well as the participants.
One company discusses how it found a way to magnify the strengths of remote work by employing a more informal check-in style and building on technology’s democratizing effects.
This article discusses ways to make giving remote feedback easier and more effective.
This article offers steps firms and individuals can take to make sure microaggressions are not part of their organization.
Use these tips to help ensure a smooth transition in a new job.