Interview Dos and Donts
...in your firm or company, or it’s been several years since you’ve interviewed yourself, you should know what you can, and can’t ask, in a job interview. What matters most: the person or the qualifications? The results might surprise you
Published on September 05, 2012
From Cubester to Supervisor Making a Solid Transition
An interview with Daniel Travis, a CPA with PKF Texas in Houston, who was promoted to supervisor. Learn how he made the leap and in what ways he adjusted his outlook...
Published on May 15, 2012
Brush Up On Your Interview Techniques
Whether it’s been only a short time since your last interview or several years, it’s time to brush up on the interview process with this practical list of what you should do, what you should stay away from, and...
Published on April 15, 2013
Make 2013 a Success An Interview With Rebecca Ryan
Learn how to make 2013 a success. An interview with Rebecca Ryan uncovers what motivates the next generation of CPAs
Published on April 10, 2013
Are you a Professional Then Act Professional!
What is your definition of "professional?" While you may work in one of the most respected and admired industries around, there are times when even the consummate pro gets sidetracked. Here are some tips on how to stay focused and how to avoid disrespecting others. It’s not as easy as
Published on December 13, 2013
Why Pursue the CGMA
...high time you do! To help you understand more about how the program is ideal for Young CPAs, this article includes a list of resources, and more importantly, an interview with Leisa Stanberry, CPA.CITP, CGMA, a young
Published on December 10, 2012
The Most Important Issues for Women in the Accounting Profession
...Profession” initiative continues to discuss and promote issues that all female CPAs need to know about and the male CPAs need to be aware of as well. In this interview with Melissa Hooley, chair of the Women's Initiatives Executive Committee, find out about today’s most
Published on March 06, 2014
Five Easy Ways to Make a Positive First Impression
Although all of us want to make a good first impression, there may be certain behaviors that keep this from happening. This article offers five easy ways to not only get noticed, but come across confident, knowledgeable, and above all, human.
Published on May 18, 2011
The Edge - Archived Articles 2013
The Edge e-newsletter, is dedicated to providing tips and tools of interest to young professionals, including articles on building career resiliency, networking for success, and de-prioritizing the immediate to focus on the important.
Published on November 14, 2014
Want to be More Productive Think About It!
As a young professional, how do you get more done in less time? Aside from inventing a 30-hour workday, there are several schools of thought. Which one do you fall in? Learn how to change your thinking to adapt to the method that makes the most sense for you and
Published on September 19, 2011