Pathway to Leadership

The TXCPA Austin is excited to offer an expansion of the popular and successful Pathway to Leadership program. The program, introduced last year, is a flexible, value-driven professional development series which covered various leadership topics from “Succeeding in a Multi-Generational World”, “Goal Setting”, “Effective Meeting Management” and others. Many of last year’s participants expressed an interest in learning more on topics that will help them grow in their leadership journey so the TXCPA Austin is offering the following classes for anyone interested in expanding their leadership skills.

Registration for these classes is open and includes 2 hours of CPE. Member fee is $20; Non-Member fee is $35.

Remote Team Building 
Date: Wednesday, October 21
Time: 3pm-5pm

Personal Wellness
Date: Thursday, November 12
Time: 11:30am-1:30pm

A few testimonials from last year’s participants:

“Excellent Program! Great group of people. I learned so much about several relevant topics, and along the way learned more about myself.”

“All the speakers were outstanding and truly had a passion for teaching. The information presented was both relevant and applicable to real world situations that we experience on a daily basis.”

“I participated in the Austin Chapter’s Pathway to Leadership Program to improve several soft skills, like goal setting, effective meeting management, and dealing with difficult people, skills not often taught through traditional CPE courses. The program also provided several, meaningful opportunities to be more involved with the Chapter and to work alongside other Austin CPA leaders. I appreciated the flexible scheduling and virtual courses, and I highly recommend the program to anyone interested in growth and helping others succeed.”

“This was a great program for anyone who wants to expand their career, from goal setting, networking, and ways to better understand yourself and how you interact with others. I would recommend this class to anyone in their career, CPA, public practice, or industry.”

Questions? Contact Diane Joiner.