Speakers at OSCPA’s inaugural Women, Wealth and Wellness conference last week shared their advice and knowledge about leadership, career success, personal development, wellness, pay equity and more. They also recommended an abundance of books that would make great summer reading for professional women and anyone interested in advancing their career.
Tonya Tiggett’s recommended reading for becoming a next-level leader is:
Speaker Amy Vetter, CPA, CGMA, CITP, has written a book to help professionals attain work-life harmony:
During the panel on pay equity, Sarah Robertson, GBQ director of market strategy, recommended reading:
Lori Kaiser, CPA, owner of Kaiser Consulting, spoke about self-promotion and building your own brand. She suggested reading this book to learn that bragging about your strengths is a good thing:
Mikaela Hunt, president and chief storyteller of Mikaela Media, recommended these books for inspiring creativity and making time to develop your story:
Finally, during the panel discussion on building your network, OSCPA Executive Board Chair-Elect Crystal Faulkner, CPA, partner, MCM CPAs and Advisors, said whenever someone asks her for networking help, she tells them to read this book and then come back to her:
Faulkner said she thinks everyone should “lead with giving first.”
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PHOTO: Amy Vetter, CPA, CGMA, CITP, talks with OSCPA CFO Kyle Bickhart, CPA, at the June 27 Women, Wealth & Wellness Conference in Columbus.