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Aug 30 2018

Difficult Conversations You Must Have

2018-08-30T08:39:47-05:00August 30th, 2018|Leadership, Personal Development|

The world is full of conflict.  We are surrounded by it 24/7. Sometimes we see it clearly, while other times it is more “under the surface.” In all human interactions and relationships, there is some level of conflict that drives the ongoing need to have difficult, uncomfortable, sometimes even painful conversations. Here are just a [...]

Aug 22 2018

Want to Maximize Profits? Consider Highest and Best Use

2018-08-22T09:12:45-05:00August 22nd, 2018|Current Affairs, HR/Organizational Development, Leadership, Personal Development|

According to the latest IPA benchmarking survey, CPA firm profits are under pressure. Across the Top 100 firms in that survey, talent costs are increasing faster than billing rates, resulting in a squeeze that’s reducing the bottom line. There are many strategies you can employ to relieve the pressure, and in this blog, we’ll focus [...]

Aug 17 2018

You ARE Better Off Without Them!

2018-08-17T14:03:47-05:00August 17th, 2018|HR/Organizational Development, Leadership, Next Generation, Personal Development, Retention Strategies|

I recently wrote a column for the Journal of Accountancy CPA Insider, talking to employees that are unhappy in their work. In this blog, I am talking to firm leaders about how to deal with partners who may be some of the cause of that unhappiness.  I don’t know how many times I have had Managing [...]

Aug 8 2018

I’m Waving My White Flag!

2020-02-12T17:11:38-06:00August 8th, 2018|Leadership, Personal Development|

As I come off of the holiday weekend and prepare to attend my first workshop as a TLP participant, finalize details for engagements, respond to emails, organize calendars, prepare to orient a new hire on Dec. 3, and continue to develop personally and professionally… I find myself clinging to my imaginary flag pole to raise [...]

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