John Hall and all Hall Consulting instructors are available to lead your training and seminar events. We work side-by-side with our clients to create, tailor and lead outstanding skills training programs. Length may vary from high-level programs of several hours to ‘deep-dive' skills training lasting several days. All program content, learning points, instructional methods, and session length are tailored to meet client needs.
- Financial Planning
$5000 - $10000
Speaker John Hall
In addition, Hall Consulting is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of Continuing Professional Education Sponsors – so your training event may qualify for CPE credit as well!
Contact us to plan and design a program on these and other topics that will meet your training objectives!
To give you some ideas, here’s a list of our most popular training programs.
•Administrative skill effectiveness and efficiency
Job position technical skill mastery
Communication and interpersonal skills, including: ◦Establishing rapport and trust in a work setting
Interviewing and listening
Speaking and presenting
Selling your ideas and getting action
Leadership, Collaboration and Influence
The fraud expectations for CPAs are at an all time high. Despite what the professional standards and engagement letters say, most client managers and owners believe CPAs have expertise in the prevention, detection and handling of wrongdoing and fraud. These beliefs, while often flawed, can still result in a gap between what is wanted and what CPAs are capable of delivering. This interactive seminar provides specific steps to help professional auditors and accountants fully meet fraud-handling expectations. The “how to” approach helps participants identify and document fraud exposures and provides practical ideas on how to handle those exposures. Course materials include examples of what can go wrong in financial statements and how fraud is reflected in accounting and other records. Also included are planning ideas as well as suggestions for handling fraud when it is discovered.