What does it mean to be a “thought leader”?
Every day we listen, read, watch, and follow people sharing ideas and information that inspires, encourages, and guides our professional and personal lives. Thought leaders have a profound impact on what we do and how we act - helping us shape the future of our profession and our own careers as we engage with them. Individually, we can also develop skills and habits that can make us successful thought leaders within our own spheres of influence. Through dedicated learning and practice, you can grow into a thought leader to make a significant impact in the world in which you live. The format of this webinar will be a conversation between Brandon and Scott.
With more than 25 years of experience in the accounting profession, Scott Zarret, CPA is widely recognized for developing innovative and highly successful marketing and sales strategies. Scott's platform (CPAacademy.org) has processed more than 4,000,000 registrations. An alumnus of University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, Scott began his career in the audit and tax department of what is now CohnReznick.
Brandon decided to pursue a career in accounting after taking his first accounting class in high school. Years later, he is still learning and developing skills to become what he wanted to be back then. Currently, Brandon is a partner at Squire & Co, PC in Orem, UT, where he has been for nearly 15 years.
His career has given the opportunity to develop technical and personal skills while working with clients and situations that asked for his advice and expertise. Brandon mainly focuses on tax and business planning. He is passionate about the ability for technology to impact the way clients are served.
Brandon is a graduate of the AICPA Leadership Academy (2011) and is a Member of Council for the AIPCA for Utah. He is also a member of the Tax Practice Management Committee for the Tax Section of the AICPA.
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