Grow Your Leadership Skills Throughout Your Career
Martin Bissett, founder of The Upward Spiral Partnership, outlines the seven Cs and how embracing them can lead to your ultimate promotion.
Passport to Partnership
Some PICPA members need to convince their employers each year to allow them to renew their membership, to cover the cost of it, or to provide them with time to get involved in volunteer activities. If you find yourself needing to convince a decision maker that PICPA membership is worth the time and financial investment, here are some helpful talking points.
Many lessons can be learned from the world of sport. Case in point: This past Philadelphia Eagles season has served as a great model for business practices and life. Here are 10 lessons learned from the 2017 Eagles.
Many still-vibrant CPAs begin to contemplate retirement in their mid-50s. So what should a CPA do who wants to remain active in the profession? Consider teaching.
Healthy employees contribute to a firm’s profitability and longevity for several intuitive reasons, not the least of which is that healthier employees spend less time under a doctor’s watchful eye. But keeping employees healthy often boils down to how important upper management views this issue. There’s a lot to evaluate here.
Comb through the many benefits of accounting internship programs for students, schools, and employers. This article goes into detail about best practices for a successful internship program on campus and discusses the results of a recent Rider University study on what students feel they got out of their own firm internships.
PICPA President Joe Seibert and I recently completed our swing around the state to present the Professional Issues Update to members. It is always a great way to discuss trends and opportunities in the profession with members. While we titled our update Disruptions, Innovation, and Opportunity, it was words that began with the letter “T” that became the focus of many of our conversations: transformation, technology, and talent.