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Have a Crush on Someone at Work? Read This Before Making Your Move

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and the feeling of love surrounds us, rendering us hopeless romantics, even if for just a moment. When you think about your special someone, who is it that comes to mind? If you are currently in a consensual relationship, planning the day can be exhilarating, from coordinating dinner […]

Be the Aspirin

It’s not always easy to look for the silver lining when you’re faced with challenges at work, but I learned early in my career how placing an importance on positivity can not only affect you, but everyone around you. I was 23 years old and six months into landing one of my first “big-girl-jobs.” One […]

How Do You See Your Coworkers?

How do you view others in your office? Do you see black employees, white employees, etc.? Do you see gender in the workplace? Do you see male employees, female employees, etc.? Throughout my life, I’ve heard some say they don’t see color. They explain how they treat everyone the same; they are colorblind and don’t […]

Board Spotlight: David Costello, CPA

An Interview with David Costello For 17 years, David A. Costello, CPA, served as president and chief executive officer of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). Currently a retiree, Mr. Costello serves on the Management Accounting Advisory Council for Vanderbilt and Lipscomb Universities and as Executive-in-Residence for Lipscomb University. In addition, Mr. […]

Top 3 Books Leaders Should Read in 2018

Author: Dina Barabash, NASBA Content Development and Web Specialist

4 Apps to Keep You and Your Team Motivated in 2018

Author: Ashley Metivier, Activities Coordinator, NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT)

Lead with Integrity: Ethical Leadership: An Idea or a Commitment? (Sept/Oct) 2017

Ethics Matters September – October 2017 Speaking with a group of future business leaders and entrepreneurs not long ago, we discussed commitment to ethical leadership versus the idea of ethical leadership. Our discussion contrasted leaders who behave and lead in a way that shows a commitment to making the most ethical decisions they can, regardless […]