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Embracing Change as a Means to De-Stress

Sylvia LaneMore By This AuthorWelcome back to work after Passover, Easter, Spring Break, the Thai New Year – and the tax deadline end in sight! Though we look forward to these special times, we also endure the stress of change. Mother Nature reminds us at the change of each season that change is a part […]
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How to Better Elicit Upward Feedback

Brianna MarthMore By This AuthorMany benefits arise from embracing a people-centric culture. People that feel like their employer cares about their well-being and their thoughts and ideas about the firm, too, are typically more engaged and motivated in their daily work. Part of this people-centric culture includes a commitment to ongoing learning and development. Stretching […]
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Happy 15th Anniversary to ConvergenceCoaching!

Jennifer WilsonMore By This AuthorApril 1, 2015 marks the 15th year since the inception of ConvergenceCoaching, LLC – and what a great journey so far! As ConvergenceCoaching has grown, we are so grateful for the wonderful client relationships and professional friendships we’ve forged. We are so fortunate to have clients who have been with us […]
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Leadership Spotlight: Pete Miller, CPA, CFE, Shareholder, Clark Nuber

Michelle BacaMore By This AuthorMay 2015 will mark Pete Miller’s fifteen year anniversary with Clark Nuber, a 2014 Inside Public Accounting Top 200 Firm located in Bellevue, WA. Pete manages a number of audit engagements in various industries from manufacturing to technology and construction. His specialties include employee benefit plan audits, internal control audits and […]
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Stop Giving Away Your Services!

Tamera LoerzelMore By This AuthorAs far as we’ve come as a profession, we still encounter CPAs who struggle to bill for services delivered (and/or time incurred) beyond the scope of their original engagement. And, young people are not being taught the valuable skill of managing scope and resetting expectations with overruns, so the issue perpetuates. […]
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