Dominic R. Ortiz, CPA, CGMA, is CEO of the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee and a member of the AICPA board of directors.
CPA leader Tiffany Willis shares some of her dreams and her career journey in this podcast episode with transcript. Also, get caught up on two IRS-related news items.
A leadership consultant explains more about what she means by “boss moves,” why women are hesitant to apply for some jobs, and why managers should focus more on how employees are doing than on what they are doing.
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.
The CAQ announced a strategic education initiative intended to expose students to careers in accounting, attract greater diversity and representation within the profession, and address barriers to entry from underrepresented and underserved groups.
A Deloitte partner with a CFO focus explains the main obstacles facing large-company CFOs now and why one indicator points to optimism about the future. Listen to his thoughts or read the full transcript.
Asking questions is a first step towards addressing the problem of gender inequity, says Tracey Walker of RSM US, who will share her experiences at this year’s AICPA & CIMA Women’s Global Leadership Summit.
Firms, faculty, and CPAs all play crucial roles in promoting the profession to young people. Here are ways you can bolster the pipeline.
Kimberly Kirkendall, CPA, is president of international Resource Development Inc. in Cleveland.
Follow this advice for successful meetings with your direct reports.
Amber Setter, a former accountant and an International Coaching Federation-accredited professional certified coach, talks about signs someone may need to consider speaking with a professional about their mental health and what you can do if you notice these signs in someone else.
An accounting professor and author with a background in corporate America shares considerations and key questions when it comes to parsing and presenting data.
Here’s what today’s hiring personnel expect.
Hear an encore presentation of an entrepreneur and consultant’s thoughts on the CPA profession’s “really interesting inflection point” and his lessons from innovation leaders from around the world. The podcast also has a full transcript.
Susan M. Tillery, CPA/PFS, is president and co-founder of Paraklete Financial Inc. and co-owner of Financial Planning Advocate LLC, both in Kennesaw, Ga.
Ask yourself — and your firm’s leaders — these essential questions.
A firm managing director explains how he would approach the start of his career if he could begin again, what’s next for remote and hybrid work, and how organizations can ramp up risk management.
Hear a midsummer update on skills, finance leadership opportunities, and some of the focus areas of the Future of Finance Leadership Advisory Group in this podcast episode with transcript.
Get the rundown on changes proposed by the 2024 CPA Exam Blueprints, and why there’s a need for updates, in this podcast episode with transcript.
CPAs offer advice to help leaders as they begin their management roles.