Karen Dillon, a former editor with Harvard Business Review and author of the HBR Guide to Office Politics, discusses assertive strategies for empowering your career when you have a rocky relationship with your boss.
Management experts provide tips on how to motivate introverted employees and bring out the best in them.
This article offers tips for designing your workspace.
This articles discusses ways to get the most out of your next business lunch or dinner.
Five CPAs were recognized through the Standing Ovation program for their contributions in the areas of information management and technology assurance.
Elizabeth Pittelkow Kittner, head of finance for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), received the 2019 AICPA Outstanding Young CPA Award in Honor of Maximo Mukelabai.
The ASLW program is an annual, all-expenses-paid event for racial and ethnic minority students anticipating a career in accounting.
Communication and trust are the foundation for everything from leading a staff to working with external auditors, according to Mark Lubas, CPA, vice president of accounting for Red Hat.
Gerard “Jerry” Schreiber Jr., a partner with Schreiber & Schreiber, and John F. “Jack” Dailey Jr., a retired partner and consultant for Bowman & Company LLP, received the AICPA’s Special Recognition Award for their influence, commitment, and length of service to the CPA profession.
Twenty-five leaders in the accounting profession received the 2019 Most Powerful Women in Accounting Award.
What are your “blind spots” when it comes to receiving feedback? And how has technology changed feedback expectations? Learn more in this podcast episode.
Should you immediately tell a co-worker about a dysfunctional work environment? It’s one of several questions addressed by leadership expert Jennifer Wilson.
Almost one-third (31%) of new graduate hires in public accounting in 2018 were nonaccounting graduates, a new AICPA survey shows.
The AICPA and NASBA helped found a new coalition of advanced professions with the goal of educating policymakers and the public on the importance of professional licensing standards.
An overflowing email inbox or a computer desktop littered with files can be just as overwhelming as stacks of paper.
How does an “eager beaver” work best with a pessimist? This is one example of how different personality types might interact at work. Learn more in this episode.
This article offers tips on discovering your leadership style.
More than 100 CPA candidates earned the 2018 Elijah Watt Sells Award for obtaining a cumulative average score over 95.50 across all four sections of the CPA Exam on their first attempt.
Credit for customized learning is the goal.
The effort recognizes a growing need for new skills.