Southwest Chapter QUICK LINKS:
|Chair||Treva Pline, Boise|
|Chair-Elect||Amanda Shigeta, Meridian|
|Katie Allen, Boise|
|Caleb Berry, Boise|
|Marion DeMaria, Boise|
|Chris Forrey, Meridian|
|Haley Greer, Nampa|
|Chris Larson, Boise|
|Rebecca Williams, Boise|
|Alexis Yon, Boise|
From Surviving to Thriving
- Members Early – $30.00
- Non-Members Early – $40
- (Add $5 if registering 6 or fewer days before the luncheon)
- Each luncheon qualifies for 1 CPE credit
ISCPA Enrichment Center
1649 W Shoreline Drive # 202
Virtually - new this year!
Lunch begins at noon.
Presentations run from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
7 for the price of 6!
- All 7 luncheons for $180
- Must be purchased by 9.6.19
- Must be purchased by an ISCPA member
- Individual luncheons are transferable to anyone in your firm/company
Thank you to our 2019-2020 Luncheon Series Sponsor
ICCU’s generosity has enabled ISCPA to bring our members together as never before!
Virtual Group Special
Gather your coworkers, friends, clients, neighbors…
Groups of 2 top 10 attendees = only $55
Email Gwynne for details & registration
This is a great way to
From Surviving to Thriving
There is a fundamental difference between thriving and surviving. Surviving means “to continue to live or exist” while Thriving means “to grow or develop well, to prosper or to flourish.”
Ask yourself, "Am I thriving or just moving along surviving?"
Be truthful with yourself, you don't have to share your answers with anyone else.
Then ask, how can I move from survive mode to thrive mode? If Personal Growth is the Necessity of Professional Success, then ISCPA's "From Surviving to Thriving" luncheon series is a great opportunity to help you switch modes. Join us monthly to gain a deeper understanding of topics that will further your growth on both a personal and professional level.
Cultivating The Good Life
Employee happiness has increasingly become a major key in organizational success. Why? Evidence has shown that happy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees. In the session, we will explore research-based well-being practices that help cultivate a happier life. Like working out or eating healthy, being happier is something you have to work on. It's a skill that takes practice. A happier you is a healthier you.
Presented by Leah Goede - Boise State University
Your Best Self
A person must have a good understanding of themselves before they can lead others. This session will help participants identify what it means to lead yourself, understand their own Personal Well-being and leave with practical tips on goal setting.
Presented by Holly Levin – Boise State University
Generations in the Workforce
Understanding the differences in the multi-generations that are working side-by-side is the key to effective communication. Learn generational value sets and beliefs to truly embrace where we all come from allows for inclusiveness, acceptance and respect across generations.
Presented by Jeremy Graves – Boise State University
A leadership Mindset at Every Level
Creating environments and a culture that allows for all employees to have the autonomy to think like a leader, will allow for them to act like leaders. The way individuals show up every day, establishes how they will work with others and how they will accomplish their short and long term goals. Learn how to create opportunities and a culture that allows for leadership at every level.
Understanding Culture vs. Climate
The difference between culture and climate is often confused. Learn ways to understand the current culture of your organization, its climate, and how to align the two to create a thriving organization that supports living your best self.
Presented by Amanda Visosky – Idaho Women in Leadership
Creating Resiliency & Self Care
Because we live in an ever changing world, resiliency is what allows people to change with it. Learn self-care techniques, resiliency strategies and mindfulness. Leave with tools that help you share these techniques with your peers and how to set your team up for success.
Presented by Lisa Gonser – St. Luke’s Health System
Idaho Legislative Update
Join Ken McClure, Partner with Givens Pursley for a discussion of the highlights of developments in the 2020 Idaho legislative session, with emphasis on how they affect businesses in general and the accounting profession in particular.
Presented by Ken McClure – Givens Pursley
(this date is subject to change based on legislative session)