In Episode 79, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte look at the trends for 2018 that have the Accounting Profession excited and sometimes nervous. They discuss pricing, blockchain, artificial intelligence, cyber security, and finding talent. Then Bill Sheridan joins them to continue the discussion on finding talent. They also have an interesting discussion on what it’s like to now have 5 generations in the workplace at the same time.
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Mentioned in the show:
Become a Thriveal Member!
Free Guide by Jason Blumer
Monthly Thriveal Intro Call
Thriveal Facebook Live videos
Business Learning Institute
Leading 5 Generations in the Workplace (Slideshare by Bill Sheridan)
Jason Blumer’s Tax Update on the Blumer CPAs blog
Challenges With Running A Virtual Practice
Audio Engineering by: Aaron Dowd
Produced by: Jennifer Blumer
About our guest: Bill Sheridan
Bill Sheridan is a knowledge hunter, content curator, lifelong learner, and EOS implementer. As chief communications officer for the Maryland Association of CPAs, he created and co-authors the association’s acclaimed blog, CPA Success, and manages the association’s member communications and numerous social networks. He was named one of Accounting Today’s “100 Most Influential People in Accounting” for 2016.
Bill has been named a Certified Association Executive by the American Society of Association Executives. The designation certifies that he has studied and practiced every aspect of association management.
As an EOS implementer, Bill helps business leaders get what they want from their businesses. EOS is a complete, proven system of simple, practical tools that help businesses achieve three things:
— Vision: Getting leaders 100 percent on the same page with where their organization is going and how it is going to get there.
— Traction: Helping leaders become more disciplined and accountable, and to execute well to achieve every part of their vision.
— Healthy: Helping leaders work together as…
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