As students search out their own career paths, faculty can help by preparing them for both virtual and in-person career events.
ENGAGE 2021 speaker Rhonda Peterson, an Ohio-based executive coach and trainer, shares how accountants and financial professionals can manage and grow their personal energy to improve their careers, businesses, and lives.
Feelings of “intellectual fraud” could affect an estimated 70% of the U.S. population. For finance leaders, adopting a questioning style and making a specific plan can help.
Here are some ways CPAs and their firms are keeping their bodies — and brains — fed during this extended tax season.
This article offers tips on using technology in healthier ways.
Jan Taylor-Morris, academic in residence at the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, representing AICPA & CIMA, gives answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the CPA Evolution Model Curriculum launching this June.
This article discusses how those in public-sector finance can address the challenges of transition, continue to make valuable workplace contributions, and come out shining on the other side.
Here are a few things remote-working finance professionals should consider when thinking of moving.
The right displays can make a big difference in spotting trends and communicating with clients.
Jennifer Burns joined the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants as chief auditor.
Tom Hood, former executive director and CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs, joined the Association as executive vice president–Business Growth and Engagement.
Sue Coffey was promoted to CEO–Public Accounting for the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants.
The Association’s Tom Hood is one of the featured speakers at next week’s CFO Conference. He shares previews on his sessions, leadership lessons, and more in this quick interview.
Paying attention to demographic trends can help organizational leaders make wise, forward-looking decisions. Those who ignore these statistics risk being left behind.
Fortitude, mentoring and lifelong learning can help women navigate their careers in the accounting profession, according to three women leaders who shared their stories.
Adopting a regular meditation routine can help you focus and stay calm.
A bill that would have weakened requirements for occupational licensing stalled in West Virginia, but the work to maintain appropriate licensing standards is not finished for CPAs.
Hear from two speakers at the upcoming AICPA & CIMA CFO Conference on fostering creativity and developing mental toughness.
Ben Nemtin, the keynote speaker at the AICPA & CIMA Employee Benefit Plans Conference, shares why it’s important for all of us to have a bucket list.
In 1971, 50 years after the first Black CPA received his license, Elmer J. Whiting Jr. became the first Black partner of one of the nation’s largest accounting firms. His achievement helped to influence and inspire his firm, his community and ambitious professionals following his footsteps.