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Building a High-Performance Accounting Team Webinar

CPE

When
Dec. 11
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

CPE Credits
2-Other

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $89 | Nonmember: $114


 More Information

Course No.
PCOC-2019-01-WEBNR-345-01
Level
Basic
Prerequisites
None

Description

Effective teamwork pays its own way by creating greater productivity and profitability in any accounting organization. A team of people working cooperatively can produce more than the sum of individual members working alone. One good idea stimulates another — but only if the team members are working together and communicating often. Teamwork is inhibited in today's high-stress and changing accounting regulatory environment. In this informative yet pragmatic seminar, Jane Boucher integrates tried-and-true teamwork principles with the realities of today's changing accounting workplace. It's not easy, but it can be done. Jane will teach you how to form, motivate, steer, and get greater results from teams in challenging work environments.

Highlights

  • Examine your own management style
  • Motivate team members
  • Open lines of communication
  • Empower team members to grow and stay energized
  • Resolve conflict
  • Stay committed to the common goal and to each other
  • Help to develop positive attitudes in team members
  • Practice effective coaching techniques
  • Expect accountability of each team member


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