This article discusses ways to assess your firm’s future readiness in its culture and talent practices.
Introverted employees may be reluctant to speak up in meetings, advocate for their ideas, seek help, and disclose their preferred work habits.
This article offers tips to help you become a more effective and confident presenter.
Twenty-five female leaders received the 2018 Most Powerful Women in Accounting Award, sponsored by the AICPA and CPA Practice Advisor magazine.
Fifty-eight CPA candidates received the 2017 Elijah Watt Sells Award by earning a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all four sections of the Uniform CPA Examination.
Creating a personal vision and taking responsibility for skills development can help professionals prepare themselves to be leaders, says Kristen Rampe, CPA.
This article discusses why we procrastinate, and what can we do about it.
This article offers tips to reduce and prevent loneliness among your colleagues and employees.
John Garrett, a former accountant and stand-up comedian, speaks on how being energized by our outside interests can energize us at work.
If you’re considering your own accounting or finance podcast, here are some tips to get you started.
This article discusses the requests established leaders have for future leaders.
Meet five accountants who have competed in extreme sports events, become professional athletes, or simply challenged themselves physically.
CPA managers and hiring experts frequently see obvious mistakes, and those errors can weaken an accountant’s chances of being hired.
Beginning next month, CPA candidates in Europe will no longer have to undertake intercontinental travel to sit for the CPA Exam.
There are ways to get know-it-all employees to recognize the effects of their behavior.
This article discusses steps employers and potential employees can take to avoid a poor match.
Professionals who aren’t at the forefront of learning and testing ways to adopt these technologies risk getting left behind.
This column explores six strategies employees can use to drive an honest dialogue about their satisfaction and increase their chances of remaining with their firm.
Meeting with people directly — rather than relying on a phone call or email — is one of the simple methods Bridget Kaigler, CPA, CGMA, suggests professionals use to build their reputation as leaders.
Technology is transforming work and home life.