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IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) brings you the latest perspectives and learnings on all things affecting the accounting and finance world, as told by the experts working in the field and the thought leaders shaping the profession. Listen in to gain valuable insight and be included in the future of accounting and finance!

Count Me In‪®‬ IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants)

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    • 4.9 • 29 Ratings

IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) brings you the latest perspectives and learnings on all things affecting the accounting and finance world, as told by the experts working in the field and the thought leaders shaping the profession. Listen in to gain valuable insight and be included in the future of accounting and finance!

    Ep. 194: Rocky Buckley – Unleash Your Personal Brand Potential

    Ep. 194: Rocky Buckley – Unleash Your Personal Brand Potential

    As the CEO of Swaysion, Rocky Buckley helps experts across many disciplines develop and sell specialized training programs. He is the creator of the Platinum Path and the Power Persona Project and recently collaborated with Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi as part of their popular Time to Thrive event. Rocky joins Adam Larson to discuss the powerful benefits of understanding your personal brand no matter what your profession.

    • 22 min
    Ep. 193: Diversifying Global Accounting Talent: Actionable Solutions for Progress

    Ep. 193: Diversifying Global Accounting Talent: Actionable Solutions for Progress

    In this special edition of Count Me In, we dive into trailblazing new DE&I research conducted in partnership by The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), and The California Society of CPAs (CalCPA). The new report, Diversifying Global Accounting Talent: Actionable Solutions for Progress, details more than 70 practices organizations can use to improve inclusivity and diversity among their workforces. Jeff Thomson, President and CEO of IMA is joined by Kevin Dancey, CEO of IFAC and Denise LeDuc Froemming, President and CEO of CalCPA to discuss the findings and why more than 60 professional accountancy organizations from around the world have signed on to the report as DE&I Advocates.

    • 27 min
    Ep. 192: Nick Davies – Building Your Achiever’s Mindset

    Ep. 192: Nick Davies – Building Your Achiever’s Mindset

    Nick Davies is a former Wall Street executive who now provides expert business and performance coaching to other professionals seeking to reach their full potential. He joins Adam to discuss the transformative power of the achiever’s mindset and shares insight for how management accountants can put it to good use.

    • 25 min
    Ep. 191: New IMA Insight: A Guide to Reducing a Carbon Footprint

    Ep. 191: New IMA Insight: A Guide to Reducing a Carbon Footprint

    Guess who’s at the forefront of corporate efforts to reduce carbon emissions? Management accountants! Today’s conversation focuses on new thought leadership from IMA - Management Accountants’ Role in Sustainable Business Strategy: A Guide to Reducing a Carbon Footprint. Joining Adam Larson are Kristine Brands, Associate Professor of Management at the US Air Force Academy; Arnaud Brohe, CEO at Agendi, a leading consultancy for climate and sustainability programs; and Jaxie Friedman, Senior Consultant at Agendi.

    • 26 min
    Ep. 190: Gordon Graham - The Ethics and Risks of Whistleblowing

    Ep. 190: Gordon Graham - The Ethics and Risks of Whistleblowing

    Today’s episode travels the bumpy and lonesome road of a whistleblower taking on corrupt leaders inside a public utility. IMA’s Adam Larson is joined by Gordon Graham to discuss his memoir The Intrepid Brotherhood – Public Power, Corruption and Whistleblowing in the Pacific Northwest. Gordon shares insights from his own experience as well as from Aristotle and other philosophers to help people facing ethical dilemmas at work.

    • 22 min
    Ep. 189: Bruno Pešec - Management Accountants as Partners (Not Roadblocks) to Innovation

    Ep. 189: Bruno Pešec - Management Accountants as Partners (Not Roadblocks) to Innovation

    Bruno Pešec helps businesses build systems to drive profitable innovation. He joins Adam Larson to discuss the critical role management accountants must play in supporting innovation across the enterprise. His recommendations dismantle common misconceptions of management accountants as roadblocks to innovation, providing a nuanced approach to investment and performance metrics to stimulate, rather than stifle, new ideas.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Arlie K ,

A podcast you can Count on!

You can always count on Count Me In to provide insightful, relevant conversations on all things accounting. Mitch and Adam have a knack for finding unique angles with which to cover popular topics. I so appreciate this show!

Jason Zahabian ,

AMAZING!!! MUST LISTEN!!!

Adam and Mitch really do a great job getting top notch guests on here. I have learned so much from this podcast. Highly recommend!!!!

ChaseHealthBuildWealth ,

Maximum Accounting

I really enjoy this podcast! The interviews cover topics that are relevant and each one gives helpful insight. You get to hear from people from various specializations within Finance/Accounting. I highly recommend checking it out!

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