VSCPA Leading Forward

VSCPA Leading Forward

In this podcast, VSCPA Chief Operating Officer Maureen Dingus, CAE, talks with leaders in and out of the accounting profession about topics such as innovation, leadership, corporate culture and technology. Transcripts of our podcasts can be found on our website at www.vscpa.com/LeadingForward.

Episodes

December 15, 2021 28 min
In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, Maureen talks with Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance Well-being Leader, Jennifer Harris, CPA, about incorporating a focus on mental health into your company culture. She also shares a few tips that anyone can use to empower their own well-being.
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In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, Maureen talks with David Peters, CPA, CFP, owner of David Peters Financial Group, about harnessing the power of social media, building community and growing your personal brand.
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September 30, 2021 44 min
In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, Maureen talks with Ed Kless, senior director at Sage, about innovation beyond technology and what it means to innovate. Ed shares a few great examples of ways we can innovate daily tasks to better serve our customers.
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​​​​​​​In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, Maureen gets personal with Anne Hagen, CPA, VSCPA board chair and CEO of the Masonic Home of Virginia. They discuss life and death, running a retirement community during a pandemic and leading a $100,000 centennial campaign honoring the first Black CPA in the United States.
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In our latest Leading Forward podcast episode, we talk with Ace Callwood, facilitator and director at Envoy, about finding our place in a post-pandemic world, leading with your head, heart and hands and getting reacquainted with ourselves and our colleagues. Listen to the full podcast here, and now you can watch the podcast recording here.
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