This webinar will investigate the benefits and challenges of working from home. The webinar will then provide practical research-based solutions to maximize your productivity and happiness while working from home.
In this webinar, we will investigate the challenges of leading a virtual team. These challenges include motivating your team, providing feedback and communicating using teleconferencing software. The webinar will then provide practical research based solutions to help overcome these challenges and lead your virtual team to success
Innovation can lead to breakthrough ideas and operational excellence. However, ‘outside the box’ thinking is very challenging for most of us. This webinar will provide you with researched-based tools and techniques that can be implemented immediately to help encourage innovation individually and within your teams.
In this webinar, we will examine specific areas of the CPA code of professional conduct (“code”) and use case studies to highlight key learning objectives. This presentation will also introduce a critical thinking methodology that will be applied to an ethical decision-making framework. Finally, we will explore current events relevant to the professional to understand how to apply lessons learned to deepen our ethical decision-making framework.
The learning objectives include:
- Understanding how we make decisions using tools such as the Heinz dilemma
- Understanding how our organizational culture affects our decision-making process
- Applying a critical thinking methodology that will be applied to a relevant case study
The topic will also explore current events relevant to the professional to understand how to apply lessons learned to deepen our ethical decision-making framework.
Understanding how to create and maintain a motivating environment can be challenging given the differing individual and team incentives involved in completing a project or task. Motivation is a powerful tool and current research shows that it can lead to increased productivity within teams. This webinar will introduce you to 3 recent research studies that can be used to improve motivation and increase productivity within teams.
The objective of this webinar is to teach you how to assess and increase the collective intelligence of your team when completing/performing a shared task. Collective intelligence refers to a team’s ability and skill to complete a shared task. The learning objectives for this webinar are:
- Assessing the collective intelligence of your team
- Understanding how you can affect the collective intelligence of the team.
Have you ever been caught off guard by a question or comment during a conversation or presentation? Have you ever looked back at your reaction and felt that you could have handled things differently? Did your emotions get the better of you?
This webinar will introduce you to the idea of using the concepts of improv when confronted with the unexpected during a conversation or presentation. Improv is typically associated with theatre and comedy; however, the techniques used in improv, such as active listening and offering, provide an extraordinary system to help improve an individual’s ability to respond with control to unexpected situations.
The challenge of writing clear and concise reports can lead to frustration and even conflict. The meaning of key content can be obscured or misinterpreted because of poor writing technique. The good news is that there are simple and proven tools that will immediately improve the effectiveness of report writing at any level. This webinar will demonstrate SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely) tools to improve report writing.
In this webinar, designed specifically for accounting and finance professionals, we will explore the root causes of stress and pressure that negatively impact our professional and personal health. We will then provide you with established tools and techniques that can be implemented immediately to help address these stressors and improve your quality of life.
In this webinar, designed specifically for accounting and finance professionals, we will explore the perceptions of the generational differences between:
- Baby Boomers
- Generation X
- Generation Z and the newly termed,
- Generation Alpha
We will use current research to identify potential areas of misconceptions between generations and implement tools to increase understanding and communication across our diverse generational team members. The tools discussed can improve creative problem solving, conflict management and motivation within a generationally diverse team or organization