Part 2 – How to Maximize Your One-on-One Time with Your Leader

How to Face Disruption Mercer Bradley

Maximizing your one-on-one time with your leader provides you with key learning opportunities. Receiving and implementing constructive feedback supports professional growth. Showing up prepared for your one-on-ones helps you make the most of your time with your leader. The following suggestions can help. Implement these tips to maximize your one-on-one time with your leader. Understand […]

How to Disagree with Poise

Does your company encourage healthy debate among its employees? If not, it should! Encouraging your employees to share their ideas, perspectives, and input is essential for innovation. Creating a psychologically safe space to respectfully disagree with others helps move the business forward. Supporting respectful debates leads to more effective approaches to problem-solving. The results include […]

Part 3: Reporting Financial Information to Non-Accountants

Redefining the Value of Work: Managing the Employer-Employee Relationship

Employees who are skilled at their non-accounting and finance jobs typically lack training and experience working with financial data. Many of these employees are intimidated by financial data because they dislike math. Others believe they do not need to look at the company’s numbers because they are not responsible for the financials. However, employees in […]

Which New Initiatives Are Impacting the Accounting Profession in Canada?

The past year has been busy for the accounting profession. Some of the most important topics included the increased focus on sustainability, evolving anti-money laundering rules, and the changing role of Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs). As an accounting professional, you need to stay current on these developments. The following information provides greater insight into these […]