In This Section

Free Members-Only CPE

In the Know is a new INCPAS series covering emerging trends and issues in the profession. These free webinars will be released quarterly to members and are replacing Professional Issues Updates we previously hosted around the state. Space is limited.

 

Aug 21: An INCPAS Update (SOLD OUT)

Do you just skim the headlines about what's going on in accounting, the business world in general, technology, or people issues? In this IN the Know webinar, INCPAS President and CEO Jennifer Briggs, CAE, will cut through the clutter and share with you what you really need to know. She will provide you with the key points about what's happening in the profession and help you be the best you can be in your career, in your organization and as a part of the Indiana CPA Society.

SOLD OUT - Register for September 20 Live Replay below.

 

Aug. 27: Path to Innovation for CPAs in Public Accounting

Donny Shimamoto, CPA, CITP, CGMA, will address innovations in accounting that are on the horizon: artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, and many more. What do CPAs and auditors need to do to be ready for these innovations?

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Sept. 20: An INCPAS Update (LIVE REPLAY)

Do you just skim the headlines about what's going on in accounting, the business world in general, technology, or people issues? In this IN the Know webinar, INCPAS President and CEO Jennifer Briggs, CAE, will cut through the clutter and share with you what you really need to know. She will provide you with the key points about what's happening in the profession and help you be the best you can be in your career, in your organization and as a part of the Indiana CPA Society.

Register Now  

 

Sept. 27: Path to Innovation for CPAs in Industry

Donny Shimamoto, CPA, CITP, CGMA, will address innovations in accounting that are on the horizon: artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, and many more. What do CPAs and auditors need to do to be ready for these innovations?

Register Now 

 

Sept. 27: Beyond "Best Practices" - Fixing Harassment and Adding Respect to Your Culture

Karl Ahlrichs and Len Mozzi will provide a strategic examination of the very current harassment "Perfect Storm," with training advice on meeting the challenge of reducing your risk. 2018 promises to be a year of accusations and resignations - and leaders need to examine how we got here, what we should do now, and what similar challenges are on the horizon once we work through these immediate issues. The current wave of harassment accusations appears to be a fundamental climate change in how our culture handles power and ethics. You have two choices - be reactive and live in fear of it happening to you or your firm, or be proactive and get ahead of it. There is no easy fix, and many of the "best practices" of the past are now "dead batteries" - they never really worked well, and now they have lost even more effectiveness. This is an opportunity for you to evaluate your organizational strategy for dealing with harassment in all forms - sexual, quid pro quo, toxic environment and bullying.

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