Practitioner advice series:
The Psychology of Change
Hosted by Thomson Reuters
Running a firm can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. As a CPA, you know that staying up to date with changes to the tax code, client work, technology, and new team members is essential for success. But it's not always easy to keep up with the never-ending sea of change.
To help you tackle these challenges head-on, our webcast, Practitioner Advice Series: The Psychology of Change, is designed to provide you with the necessary tools. You'll learn how to embrace change and manage it effectively, so you can stay ahead in the industry.
Join us to gain practical strategies, tips, and insights that will help you thrive in your practice.
By the end of this webcast, you should be able to:
- Discover the psychology of change and how it affects your clients, team members, and yourself.
- Learn practical strategies to stay up to date with the latest tax code changes and industry trends.
- Find out how to leverage technology to streamline your workflow and increase efficiency.
- Get tips on how to onboard and train new team members effectively, so they can hit the ground running.
Register now to secure your spot and take the first step towards mastering the art of change management in your firm.
Mucki Sobania is a Solutions Consultant Lead at Thomson Reuters, where she works in the Tax and Accounting Professionals segment demonstrating their suite of products that aid in the growth and transformation of tax and accounting firms—including the Practice Forward Program.
In her current role, Mucki continues to look for opportunities to help firms scale to being “Advisory Centric” in their client relationships as they grow their practices.
Christopher C. Papin
Christopher C. Papin wears many hats. He is a licensed attorney, a certified public accountant, and a life, accident and health insurance producer. He received a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Oklahoma in 2004 and a Master’s degree in accounting from the University of Oklahoma in 2005. Chris became a Certified Public Accountant in 2007 and received his Juris Doctor degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law and was licensed to practice law in Oklahoma in 2008. Chris was admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court in 2010.