Business schools and organisations are increasingly bringing aspects of the visual and performing arts into their talent development programmes. Judith Piggott and Louise Grisoni, who specialize in these trends at Oxford Brookes University Business School, explain how.
Dan Griffiths, CPA, CGMA, delves into the topic of emotional intelligence and offers insight into how strong emotional intelligence can help develop leadership skills and drive results.
Jack McCullough, CPA, founder of the CFO Leadership Council and the MIT Sloan CFO Summit, discusses the chief financial officer’s evolving role in managing innovation and risk.
Francis X. Ryan, CPA, CGMA, president of consulting firm Semper Finance, shares tips on how to hone your presentation skills to better communicate financial information to colleagues from all parts of the organisation.
In this episode, we discuss the increasing importance of cultural intelligence with David Livermore, president of the Cultural Intelligence Center. He explains why CQ is more important today than it was just 20 years ago.
Mark Biersmith, CPA, CGMA, offers insight about the transition from CFO to CEO. Biersmith is president and chief operating officer of Aerial Investment Inc., a residential and commercial development company in Nashville, Tennessee. During his career, he has served as a CFO and CEO of other companies, has been a partner in private-equity firms, and has worked in public accounting.
Tom Ridge, the former secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security, discusses cybersecurity and cyber-risk management. Ridge, a former Pennsylvania congressman and governor, is chief executive of Ridge Global, an international security and risk management advisory firm.
Ash Noah, CPA, FCMA, CGMA, the vice president of external relations for management accounting at the American Institute of CPAs, discusses the changing role of the finance function in a volatile and uncertain world. He also shares why it’s vital for finance executives to focus on talent development.