September 15, 2018
Session 1 – Bridging The Generation Gaps In Business
Topics covered include:
- Leadership vs. Management
- Critical Business Leadership Skills
- Definition and Clarification of Baby Boomers, Generation X, Y, Z
- Values Discovery
- Personal/Business Connection
- Change Management
- Leadership 101 – A New Paradigm?
- Change Resistance
- Leadership vs Management:
- Reactionary vs Proactive Change
- Speaker: Rosemarie Barnes
Session 2 – Accountants And Their Regulator
CPAs and their Regulator! Practice Wisely!
No CPA sets out to have to deal with their regulator over a violation of their professional act, bylaws and rules, or worse become a disciplinary statistic. Some CPAs, however, find themselves corresponding more often than they need to with their Regulator than others.
A number of regulatory issues or disciplinary proceedings could have been avoided if the CPA had implemented strong practice management habits early in their careers or followed a common sense approach to practicing. It is never too late to practice wisely!
With today’s economic challenges, complexities of practices and client demands, many recently licensed as well as experienced CPAs are faced with difficult issues and incessant demands by their clients. The training received in University, however, may not sufficiently prepare CPAs, young and experienced for the ethical and related business challenges encountered and CPAs become vulnerable to regulatory/disciplinary complaints.
This seminar aims to assist you in reducing the risk of your facing regulatory issues or disciplinary proceedings by reviewing top disciplinary and regulatory issues facing CPAs by looking at some recent cases and dissecting these situations to see what may have gone wrong. We will look at conflicts of interest, ethical dilemmas, fiduciary duties, money laundering and more.
Speaker: Gayle Myers
|Date:||Saturday, September 15 2018|
|Time:||7:00 am Registration and Breakfast; 10:00 am Refreshments;
Session 1: 8:00 am to 10:00 am & Session 2 :10:15 am to 12:15 pm
|Location:||Executive Hotel and Conference Centre, 4201 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby, BC
This event is near the Gilmore Skytrain/Brentwood Mall Location
|Early Bird Registration for both sessions:||$75.00 + GST (deadline for early bird is September 1 2018)|
|Registration for both sessions:||$80.00 + GST (after September 1 2018)|
|Registration for one session only:||$40.00 + GST|
|CPD | Level||4 Hours | General|
|To Register||Register Here|
Rosemarie Barnes – Session 1
Rosemarie Barnes is an International Speaker, International Best-Selling Author, and Executive Presentation Trainer leading others to Speak to Engage, Speak to Succeed. She holds degrees in Education, Music, and Drama from a number of Canadian Universities and is certified as a professional speaking coach. Through her company, Confident Stages, she offers keynote addresses and break-out sessions on Bridging the Generation Gaps in the 21st Century, and Personal, Professional, and Corporate Confidence and Reinvention, among others. As an Executive Presentation Trainer, Rosemarie works with content, presentation, and delivery skills, and uses her vocal production expertise to empower all speakers to connect with their audiences with maximum impact and influence. She has presented in theatres, lecture halls, boardrooms, classrooms, conferences, and in the bathroom shower.
Gayle Myers – Session 2
Gayle began her career as a Social Worker with Children’s Aid and the Vancouver Resources Board. She gained significant experience in child protection, juvenile and adoption cases, as she handled a complex and high volume child protection, family, juvenile, and adoptions caseload which required many attendances in court.
Gayle’s legal career developed as a Litigation lawyer who successfully prosecuted, defended, mediated and resolved Insurance, Professional Negligence, Personal Injury, Administrative, Employment and Family Law cases at all levels of court and tribunals at two well known Vancouver law Firms. Gayle was certified as a Family law Mediator and took advanced negotiation programs.
Gayle’s experience as a lawyer in the professional regulatory, administrative, employment law, board and governance fields stems from her work as a staff lawyer at the Law Society of British Columbia. She served in the Competency Department (Now Practice Standards) assisting lawyers with competency difficulties and then in the Professional Conduct Department conducting investigations and assisting with disciplinary and credentials complaints.
Areas of Practice:
- Family Law
- Professional Governance and Regulation
- Administrative Law
- Employment Law
- Dispute Resolution