The National Association of Black Accountants and the Center for Audit Quality are aiming to increase the diversity of talent coming into the accounting profession by working together to match community college students with mentors and tutors to help them progress to four-year accounting programs.
A CPA explains how a tough time in her life helped make her more aware of the importance of mental health.
J’Maine Chubb, CPA, CGMA, CFO of the Houston Airport System, discusses achieving goals, knowing when to say no, weathering the pandemic, and more.
A CPA from North Carolina shares the story of her move to India — the advance planning, the learning curve, and why she gave herself permission to fail.
A CFO shares insights on the value of idea sharing and why such sharing can be comforting and discomforting at the same time.
A career coach and speaker at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE 22 offers advice to leaders on handing off tasks.
A new survey found the finance function’s importance has grown in the past two years.
“If anybody wants to accomplish anything, at some point, they have to believe it’s possible.” Hear a deeper explanation of that topic from a mental performance coach, or read it in this podcast episode with transcript.
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.
A CPA leader discusses his love of space leading to a job at Virgin Galactic, how finance purpose statements can be “a guiding light,” and advice for aspiring accountants in this podcast episode with transcript.
A group of executives from large companies wants to work together on the quest to transform finance into more of a value partner.
Elisabeth Sandersfeld, CPA, CGMA, the CFO at Continental Western Group, Berkley Agribusiness, and Berkley North Pacific, talks about risk and planning for the unexpected.
Organizations seeking to identify and hire finance talent can follow the advice in a recent article or further explore a new apprenticeship program detailed in this podcast with transcript.
A CPA firm leader shares advice on collaboration and learning to be vulnerable and explains why accountants seeking board service shouldn’t focus on the role of treasurer.
Seven CPAs describe their favorite TED talks and why they find them inspiring.
Now may be the time to rethink hiring strategies and cast a wider net for talent acquisition.
Attitude is the foundation of our behaviors, according to drummer and speaker Mark Schulman. It’s also the key to fostering a creative and supportive workplace culture, and to becoming a stronger leader.
A pioneering CPA explains the meaning of her message “take your seat” and reflects on the gains women have made in leadership in this podcast episode to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Byron Patrick, CPA/CITP, CGMA, expands on some of his advanced PowerPoint tips from the November issue of the JofA and discusses ways to avoid common mistakes.
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.