Leadership

Insights from the Firm’s Leaders
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By Barry Tidwell CPA, CVA Part 2: Four Traits of ‘Present’ Remote Leaders Several years ago, I made the purposeful decision to work much of the week remotely to pursue a more aggressive M&A growth strategy. This decision to manage remotely was both strategic and necessary, given our firm’s growth into a multi-state, multi-office organization. Working remotely has given me…
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By Barry Tidwell Part 1: Effective leadership is often best demonstrated in times of crisis. Crisis situations have a remarkable way of either showcasing strengths or exposing weaknesses in leadership. The words and actions of leaders quickly align (or don’t) to transcend moments of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA*)… potentially destabilizing dynamics that require more than just logic. When…
personal brand advocacy
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By: Robert Boot Everyone approaches the concept of self-promotion differently. Some people consider self-promotion arrogance, while others view it as a necessary part of building an effective career. Fortunately, a compromise exists… a powerful strategy referred to as “Personal Branding.” (more…)
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Pablo Picasso once said, “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” This sentiment rings true for the employees of Tidwell Group. The Firm is vested in affordable housing beyond providing value-driven professional services to its clients through acts of community service. We believe it takes a village and a…
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No one should go hungry. But in the United States, about 37 million people are hungry or “food insecure,” which means they do not know where their next meal is coming from. Every state has its fair share of hunger crises – with Alabama and Louisiana tied for the highest food hardship rates in the nation. Children who do not…
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