SS600-22 | OSCPA Self Study
OSCPA's Leadership Mashup - Self-Study
Sunday, May 1, 2022 - Sunday, April 30, 2023
Many things have to come together to be a great leader. The focus in this session will highlight the most important areas of leadership using various tools and techniques. This session will benefit current and future leaders. Participants will be given the opportunity for self-assessment and team survey materials.
Please Note: This event was originally recorded on 05/17/22. Course must be completed prior to 4/30/23 for credit.
- Understanding your leadership strengths and weaknesses are key to your ability to become the best possible leader. Assessments and honest feedback are a key component of leadership. Learn from other leaders who have successfully encountered tough situations and discover some lessons learned.
- Hiring, retaining and motivating a team is essential for successful leaders. The session will discuss the Ideal Team Player and provide a self-assessment tool and tips on identifying the right talent for your culture.
- If you have fears that you are not good enough to be a leader, you are not alone. How could the Imposter Syndrome be holding you back as a leader? This session will discuss ways to overcome the imposter syndrome.
- Lynn A. Flinn (view bio)
CPAs and managers
Lynn A. Flinn
Lynn Flinn, CPA, is the president and managing partner of The Rowland Group, a professional staffing company that specializes in information technology, engineering, accounting and administrative positions. Flinn started her career in public accounting and transitioned into the position of controller in the banking and publishing industries. She founded the Tulsa chapter of the Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium and has served as president on the Leadership Tulsa board. In 2007, the OSCPA named Flinn Outstanding CPA in Business & Industry, and The Journal Record named her a finalist for Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs in 2011 and a finalist for Woman of the Year in 2015. Most recently, the Tulsa Small Business Connection named her a finalist for the 2017 Tulsa Small Business Person of the Year.