How to Unify Dysfunctional Teams

Team unity is a fragile achievement; unity has many enemies. If you’re a part of a dysfunctional team or the leader of it, recognizing these common challenges is the first step toward solving problems together. The next step is taking action to avoid committing the same mistakes again.

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Leaders on Lake Michigan

When David and Suzanne embarked on a summer sailing trip, things didn’t go the way they expected. Caught in a lingering fog nearly all day, they learned what it means to become leaders during dangerous times of confusion.

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Layers of Learning

When you learn something new, you not only gain new understanding, but you also become aware of just how much you still don’t know. We think learning drives hunger for more learning, which is why we value teaching our people beyond the scope of their accounting profession.

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How To Learn From Companies You Admire

Professionals constantly aspire to imitate different leaders at both global and local levels, but hardly ever utilize the same creative inspiration to uplift their teams. By establishing mentoring relationships with companies in your industry, you can learn both explicit and implicit ways to make your organization better.

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Seeking Mentor Businesses

David is known for connecting with others beyond the numbers, and that doesn’t just apply to our clients. As we visited another Indiana accounting firm, this relational impulse took on additional importance, as we learned from their ways of doing things and began implementing change at home.

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Not-For-Profit Audit RFP Template and Advice

We know it’s tough trying to create an audit RFP from scratch, especially if you’ve never done it before. By focusing on your organization’s unique programs, challenges, and mission, the questions may come a little more easily. Use our audit template and checklist for an even simpler way to ask the right questions in the right way.

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