Members of the profession offer tips for shifting from a professionally driven career to one of purpose to reinvigorate your love of accounting.
Motivating & Inspiring
This is the first in an occasional series featuring Sue Coffey, CEO–Public Accounting for AICPA & CIMA, discussing trends affecting the profession.
Marie Brilmyer, CPA, shares advice on prioritization, how she uses sticky notes to stay organized, and her sleeper pick for a top line from one of her favorite movies.
Bill Pirolli, CPA/CFF/PFS, CGMA, is emphasizing the importance of recruiting skilled people to the profession as he embarks on his year as chair of the AICPA board.
Providing and receiving professional critiques can be challenging. Operating with empathy and authenticity can help.
CPA firms are often more productive and profitable when owners work less, according to Brannon Poe, CPA, owner of Poe Group Advisors in Charleston, S.C.
Fortitude, mentoring and lifelong learning can help women navigate their careers in the accounting profession, according to three women leaders who shared their stories.
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.
Joyce Chung, a student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, received the Medal of Inspiration Award, which is given to a Beta Alpha Psi student member who has experienced extreme hardship and demonstrated an unusually high level of success despite that adversity.
Board members can help retain volunteers by making sure they are onboarded effectively, recognized and given a chance to advance.
Developing cultural intelligence (CQ) can help individuals be more successful in an increasingly global and inclusive business environment.