Registration is non-refundable unless cancellation is received forty-five days before the class, or if the class is canceled or overbooked. “No shows” are charged 100% of the tuition. Your department will receive a charge the month following the class. However, you may send a substitute in your place if you have to cancel within the 45-day window so that you are not shown as a “no show”.
Please contact Jennifer Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about cancellation.
Whether we realize it or not, we are constantly both giving and receiving feedback. We know that feedback is essential to our personal development, but we so often dread and even dismiss it. Feedback can be ill timed, unfair and downright mean, but that doesn’t have to dictate our ability to use it for our own growth. Using lessons from the best-selling book, “Thanks for the Feedback” by Douglas Stone and Shelia Heen, learn the three types of feedback, the barriers to receiving good feedback and how we can be empowered to seek feedback for our own growth.
Unethical behavior can ruin professional careers, and could result in fines, penalties, or even a loss of licensure. This course focuses on the risks that CPAs face in both public and industry practice.
If you don’t have the time to complete an MBA degree but still want to understand the key concepts, then this course is for you. This course is designed for managers, professionals, and business owners who want to develop a broad perspective to deal more effectively in today’s rapidly changing and increasingly complex business environment. Learn the key elements and components of a traditional MBA while looking strategically at an organization from a holistic perspective to improve business planning and decision-making, You will also learn to recognize how different business processes drive results as well as identify the effective use of key performance indicators to motivate, measure, evaluate, and improve results. Choose from 30 topics to create a custom course that meets your specific needs.
This fast-paced program covers: range naming, decision-making IF and VLOOKUP functions, advanced Pivot Table reporting, controlling calculation inputs, formula auditing, and time-saving usage of the macro recorder. New features in Excel 2013/2016 will be covered.
This training has been created to help you meet the Virginia Board of Accountancy’s (VBOA) annual 2-hour (100-minute) CPE requirement for 2019. Section 18VAC5-22-90 of the Virginia Board of Accountancy’s regulations requires that all Virginia CPAs subject to continuing professional education must take an annual 2-hour ethics course acceptable to the VBOA.
Do you keep wishing for another day of the week? Are you working on time-consuming tasks but never getting to the high value projects? Are you and your team constantly being reactive and putting out fires? If this sounds like your work week, then this session is for you! Come learn tips and techniques for prioritizing, managing your schedule, managing projects, successful delegation, dealing with distractions, and process improvement. You and your team can learn to work smarter, not harder. (This course is offered in a 4 or 8-hour format)
Are you facing the challenge of a lifetime It can be a difficult career transition, a terrific (and somewhat terrifying) business opportunity, or any major effort. Before David faced Goliath, he selected five smooth stones for his sling. This course gives you five strategies for succeeding in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds.
Themes: Crucial Communication, Critical Thinking, and Conflict Resolution Tools
Poorly handled conflict is a significant threat to a cohesive, sustainable culture. It ties up manager’s time, triggers turnover of high performers, and reduces productivity. Clearly, we need to address both conflict and communication using advanced modern training techniques, using examples that align with attendee’s daily interaction and opportunities to practice new skills.
Additionally, there are many kinds of “problem communicators” in the organizational jungle. Even seasoned professionals find it challenging to deal with others who have aggressive communication styles, or are “passive aggressive, or other disruptive types.
In this interactive session, participants will learn a systematic, critical thinking-based approach on how to deal with these “controlling” types without becoming one. By using a systematic approach to identifying and disarming the difficult person, participants will be able to eliminate the roadblocks and build a high performing culture. This course is presented through lecture, group discussion, and interactive exercise.
This workshop uses action-oriented learning, teaching practical skills that can be used right away.