Training is an ongoing component of staff development in every successful practice. Team building sometimes shows up as a lucky by-product. It doesn’t have to be. You can harness team building [...]
Wouldn’t it be nice to sit down every morning and see all the progress in your practice that doesn’t require your direct involvement? Of course, it would. But it won’t happen without successfully [...]
When you are hiring, you naturally gravitate to candidates that share similar interests and values, including in the workplace. These are the people you want around you, so you are quick to move [...]
BVFLS successorship challenges can be acute in the small-market CPA firm. The practice may never have grown much beyond one person, but it brings in enough revenue to make it worth hanging on to [...]
People are telling a story about what it’s like to work at your practice. Whether you know it or not, whether you like it or not, people are telling that story. What is the story you want them to tell?
Given the craziness we’re in, it’s hard to think more than two or three steps ahead. Smart practice leaders are stretching their vision. They are thinking not only about getting back into the [...]
One of your top analysts just left, and you face a sudden increase in new projects. Do you scramble to make a last-minute hire from a tiny pool of applicants in hopes you can fill this frantic need?
Hitting the trifecta at Churchill Downs (or any track) is tricky enough. Hitting the candidate trifecta is an even tougher challenge. How can you manage your bet so that you win?
Adding an Analyst at the low end of the experience hierarchy can sometimes be the right move for your practice. Doing it successfully, though, requires finding a different way to assess your [...]
Managing Millennials is a challenge that every practice leader faces. Bruce Tulgan’s book offers some of the best perspectives and advice we have seen anywhere. We were able to button-hole the [...]