Taking Control of Your Mental Health Before Burnout – On Demand

Randy Crabtree

Stress is synonymous with the accounting profession, and anxiety is a common mental health issue experienced by many. Coupled together, excessive stress and anxiety in the workplace can cause a drop in performance, missed workdays, poor productivity, disengagement, and physical and mental health issues. It’s an uncontrollable spiral. Stop the cycle, take back control of your mental health, and return to … Read More

Vitalities and Strengths to Equip You for Busy Season 

Donny Shimamoto

Stress is synonymous with the accounting profession, and anxiety is a common mental health issue experienced by many. Coupled together, excessive stress and anxiety in the workplace can cause a drop in performance, missed workdays, poor productivity, disengagement, and physical and mental health issues. It’s an uncontrollable spiral. Stop the cycle, take back control of your mental health, and return to the person and work you love.

Business and Boundaries for Better Time Prioritization and Work-Life Balance

Kiera Speed

Evaluate factors leading to burnout in public accounting and what leaders can do to mitigate burnout and turnover Describe business opportunities to simplify, plan ahead, and reduce latent cognitive load Describe how small changes and mindset can make a big impact for staff members and managers Identify ways to prioritize employee work-life balance Demonstrate healthy boundaries with clear and open communication

Business and Boundaries for Better Time Prioritization and Work-Life Balance

Kiera Speed

Let’s face it, intent matters, and if you don’t have a good business culture or are taking care of your team, it’s not just your people feeling the impact, it’s also your organization’s overall performance that takes the hit. Personal sustainability is important not only for the business professional, but for the organization as well. Come learn the impact positive leadership styles can have on an organization from its people to the bottom line and how to establish clearer boundaries for better time prioritization and work-life balance.

Diversity & Inclusion 1-on-1: A Year in Preview

Jina Etienne

Diversity & Inclusion 1-On-1 is a biweekly series that explores different topics, issues, or subjects related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace. In this session, we will kick off the year with an overview of DEI and look forward to topics we will explore in 2023.

Balancing Effort & Energy: The Role of Mindfulness, Intentionality & Self-Care

Jina Etienne

In the lens of Digital Transformation, being mindful of where you spend your energy is imperative. Technology can be an incredibly powerful tool to help us work more efficiently and effectively, but on the flip side, it can be incredibly draining. Especially in the era of remote work, we need to be conscious of setting healthy boundaries and checking out so we can check back in. Things to think about are setting work hours and sticking to them. Blocking your calendar for things like focus time and lunch breaks. When taking time off, make sure you set yourself up to actually step away from work—silence your notifications and/or delete the apps from your phone. Be mindful of your mental capacity, so you don’t burn yourself out.

Off Script: Mastering the Art of Business Improv

Peter Margaritis

Going OFF SCRIPT doesn’t come naturally to most organizational leaders. We want to control the narrative, ensure ideal outcomes, script the conversations, manage the problems, predict the future, and win (negotiations, new business, market share, and more). But what if good leaders could become better leaders by doing the opposite — by letting go of the control, by going “off script” in their conversations and negotiations, by being present instead of rushing to the future, and by collaborating in authentic, empathetic ways.