A study of accounting students revealed that more resilient students had stronger mental health and were less likely to experience burnout. Kenneth J. Smith, CPA, one of the study’s authors, observes that resilience is a skill that can be learned.
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.
Adopting a regular meditation routine can help you focus and stay calm.
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.
This article offers tips on balancing empathetic leadership with critical business goals.
This article offers strategies for dealing with burnout at your accounting firm.
A creative agency shares how a new workflow structure helped keep productivity high and interactions smooth while working remotely.
These five tips can help you achieve creative productivity that will help boost your career and business.
Try these suggestions from faculty and other experts for reducing the strain and taking better care of yourself and your students.
Improve the way you appear on camera with a few simple tweaks.
Nine CPAs discuss the difficulties and silver linings they encountered in 2020 and the lessons they learned along the way.
Several months into the pandemic, we take a look at how some CPA parents are faring. They talk about the struggles they’ve faced, how they balance parenting and working from home, what they do to recharge, and the unexpected joys they’ve experienced while spending more time with their families.
As employees are welcomed back to work or back to the office amid the coronavirus pandemic, the most successful employers will help them care for their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
This article discusses ways to reduce--or even eliminate--the downward spiral of burnout.