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.

Experts Recommend Proactively Reducing Stress to Mitigate Tax Season Burnout 

Burnout is a common problem in the accounting industry, but it can be prevented with the right strategies and transformational leadership style.  Worldwide, accounting professionals cringe at the thought of busy season. Working up to 80 hours a week, feeling the tax season crunch, and forcing others to also work overtime to meet deadlines for clients and the government all … Read More

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.