Video On-Demand Self Study/ 4 CPE Credits
In today's complicated world, CPAs carry an increasing burden of public trust. As in the past, they are expected to give sound, ethical advice on accounting matters. Yet, what used to be an end is now just a beginning. The press, the government, business leaders and others look to CPAs to bring judgment, honesty, clarity and transparency to many murky issues. This course goes beyond just "the rules" to discuss broader and deeper issues affecting the profession and your role in it.
Participants in this course will learn how to:
Grapple with difficult ethical dilemmas CPAs face in the private and public sectors Define the function of ethics in society today - and why is it so critical Define why isn't just "following the rules" enough Define what it mean to be a leader and a CPA Determine how high the ethical "bar" be set Is it "Caesar's Wife" (beyond suspicion)
Interactive format that drives home the difficulty of reaching ethical decisions Challenging and thought-provoking case-based discussion Designed to expand participants' thinking beyond traditional CPA roles
Anyone who might wrestle with ethical issues, especially anyone in a leadership role
Business Learning Institute
About the Author:
For more than four decades, Greg Conderacci has been using the magic of communication to help people lead happier, more productive and more rewarding lives.
A Senior Fellow with the Business Learning Institute, he is a marketing consultant specializing in helping professional and financial services firms answer clients’ key questions like: "Why should I trust you?" "Why should I do business with you?" and, "How are you any different from the rest?"
At BLI, his training focuses on key success skills like ethics, leadership, business development, communication, and even time/personal energy management. He also teaches marketing at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.
In the 1990s, Greg was Director of Marketing for Price Waterhouse’s information technology consulting practice in the Mid-Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Prudential’s managed care operations, and Chief Marketing Officer for Alex. Brown (America’s Oldest Investment Bank). Most recently, he was Director of Marketing for Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown, responsible for marketing strategy, marketing materials creation and design, and sales force coaching and training.
In the 1980s, he created and marketed several innovative programs for the poor of Maryland, including the state’s largest soup kitchen (it’s where the Pope eats when he comes to Baltimore). In the 1970s, as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Greg covered business in Detroit (mostly autos) and also wrote economics out of Washington.
A magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University, he was Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Princetonian; he also holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University. A registered representative and registered principal, he has completed the Securities Industry Institute at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. For his age, he is a fairly decent ultra-long-distance bicycle rider.
$125.00 members, $125.00 non-members