The truth about CPA firms is that while there are thousands of them, only a handful consistently invest in the development of their own people. We’re not talking about the occasional class. We’re talking about a committed effort to improve everyone’s performance within the firm on an ongoing, monthly basis. Most firms only tell people what they need to do. Very few actually provide them a roadmap on how to accomplish what they need to do.
If you’re still with us and that’s the firm you aspire to be, you’ll be interested to know that PSG has actually created segmented training courses and workshops that are made for just where your people are on their career growth chart.
We have four full-day interactive courses that challenge you to take a deep dive into your own behaviours with a focus on evolving your actions for the better. These courses include:
We offer three workshops that cater to the skills you’ll require in order to move up to the next role and set of responsibilities at the firm. These workshops include:
We have seven workshops that speak to the range of qualities you’ll want to get comfortable with as you build a career in the accounting profession and at the firm. These workshops with content primarily directed toward you include:
No matter where you are in your career, these individual course sessions and workshops are designed to provide you the foundation to move up to the next level – and if you’re a Partner, that includes a whole other level of leadership.
The Professional Series encourages participants to examine their own actions and behaviors and to focus on improving or enhancing their performance.
This is the age-old question for most firms. The truth is the margin of differentiation is pretty slim. Most successful firms recognize that their secret weapon is their people. But, it’s not enough to have bright, capable talent on board; these individuals must possess a passion for excellence and a commitment to serve. How does a firm instill or encourage these qualities? Take away the rhetoric, buzzwords, and jargon, the key to sustainable success comes down to a firm’s ability to do two things very well.