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  • Two Things to Consider When You Disagree with a Coworker (or Anyone)

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    Jun 3, 2016

    Unless you’re a sole practitioner committed to an isolationist policy, you’ll have to work with others throughout your career as a CPA, and odds are, you’ll disagree with someone over how something ought to be done in that time. Workplace disagreements can spiral out of control if you’re not careful, and it’s important to know how to make sure you don’t burn any bridges. After all, both you and your coworker(s) want whatever you’re working on to succeed. Here are a couple things to consider in how you approach your disagreement from Fortune, and how you can make your point without putting someone on the defensive:

  • Three Communication Mistakes to Avoid

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    Jason Wong
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    Jun 1, 2016

    As a CPA, you’ll likely spend a lot of time working with numbers, whether they’re tax-related, audit-related, or something entirely different. However, a not insignificant part of your job will also involve dealing with clients, not to mention your daily interactions with coworkers. It’s in your best interest to make sure your communication skills are top-notch, so here are some common communication mistakes from Inc to identify and address:

  • How to Know You’re Working Too Hard

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    Jason Wong
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    May 31, 2016

    They say that “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy,” and while being too invested in your work could potentially make you very boring to your non-accountant friends, there are other negative consequences from workaholism that are far worse. What’re the signs that you’re working too hard? Here are a few things to watch out for (and correct) from The Muse:

  • Three Leadership Skills to Cultivate

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    Jason Wong
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    May 27, 2016

    Having the technical skills and knowledge to earn your CPA are obviously important, but you have to have more than just a good head for numbers to be a good leader. So what’s the difference between being Michael Scott or Tim Cook? Here are some leadership skills from Forbes to cultivate so you can set yourself apart as a leader:

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