Like many Chartered Professional Accountants, Harjit Gill CPA, CGA enjoys the problem-solving aspects of her career in the not-for-profit sector. “In the end, it’s amazing when things comes together like a puzzle—even if it takes some time to find all the pieces.” In 2015, Harjit was seeking some guidance in putting some of her own career p..
With so many hours actually spent working, it’s no wonder we often lack the time or energy that we need to focus on our career plans and professional development. Join Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP) Lise Stransky as she helps you learn how to manage your career health through this three-hour workshop. You’ll leave with a great..
CPA Alberta is tremendously proud of the 484 CPA candidates who have recently reached a career milestone: passing the national CPA Common Final Examination (CFE). Exam results were released on December 9. All over Alberta, CPAs are celebrating this momentous achievement. “I am thrilled to congratulate these 484 individuals for their accomplishmen..
Walking into a room of strangers is never easy. Okay, physically entering the room might be, but if you want to meet new people and leave a lasting impression, you’ll have to do a lot more than just walk in and stand there. Below you’ll find not only five tips on how to network like a pro, but a few pointers on how to remember someone..
Joy is experienced in her field. She is currently out of work and has been searching for a new role for several months...
There are times in the mentoring relationship when the Mentor sees a need to suggest changes to his Mentee’s behavior...
The “10-60-90” principle helps people reach their greatest potential in the least amount of time. It goes like this: when you tell an adult how to do something, 10 per cent of what you say will be remembered. If you show an adult how to do something, 60 per cent of what you show will be remembered. If you do something with that same person, 90 ..
CPA Canada is excited to launch CPA Canada’s Guide to Accounting Business Culture: Adapting to the Canadian Accounting Workplace. ..