How prepared are your leaders to set goals for your company coming out of the pandemic?
WITH MARTHA SULLIVAN
On April 28, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission met to hear testimony regarding the civil rights implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nomadland, this year’s Oscar winner for Best Picture, reflects on one woman’s journey after leaving the life she has known for years.
The economy continues to crawl out of the economic impact of the pandemic. As millions of vaccines are administered daily, more consumers will return to former activities, boosting the demand for goods and services. Are we ready?
Are you as tired of talking about the pandemic as I am? It’s been the headline for 12 months now. We’ve lost so many and so much, stuck in a winter-dark Groundhog Day.
Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, described in heart-wrenching detail the feeling of being trapped as members of the royal family. What should have been a grand story of princes and princesses was breathtaking and sad, but it’s an all-too-familiar feeling for those involved in family businesses.
Vault.com reports that 58% of adults have engaged in a workplace romance. On one hand, this statistic doesn’t shock me in the least as work is where we spend the majority of our waking hours. On the other hand, it presents an HR landmine for everyone involved — and I mean everyone.
Accountants and CPAs are often ranked as a business owner’s most trusted advisor — over their attorney, banker, and yes, even spouse. Yet there is a common misconception among business owners about their accountant and what he or she “does” for them.
Did 2020 leave you wondering whether you were coming or going? If so, you aren’t alone.
Whether business or personal, it has been a year of chasing our tails, getting into $#^!, and avoiding people (perhaps intentionally at first, and then since March out of necessity).
A one-time information systems consultant turned her most brilliant act of rebellion into a career as a CPA, CFO, COO, and profit and value growth strategist, consulting to hundreds of clients and colleagues over the past three decades.
Martha Sullivan, president of Provenance Hill Consulting, LLC, founded her firm with one purpose: Help business owners build, buy, and sell strong, profitable companies that are attractive enough for someone to want to buy it when the owner decides to chase their next adventure.
Provenance Hill Consulting: Where Business Transformations Begin.