Kirsch CPA Group Honored by University of Cincinnati’s Goering Center
Cincinnati’s Goering Center at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business brings together a wide variety of family and privately-owned businesses across the Tri-State region for educational programs, networking opportunities, leadership development, and the sharing of best practices.
We are proud to announce Kirsch CPA Group has been recognized with an honorable mention in the 2022 Goering Center 23rd Annual Family and Private Business Awards (FPBA).
Family Business Best Practices
Once a year, Goering Center awards recognize and celebrate businesses and rising leaders in the community who demonstrate exceptional achievement and adherence to the Center’s 10 Best Practices of Family and Private Businesses.
As a privately owned firm whose business has grown significantly over three decades, Kirsch CPA Group makes it a priority to incorporate the same strategic and forward-looking practices into our own business that we recommend to our clients. Our relationship with the Goering Center reflects those priorities, especially when it comes to the professional and leadership development of our team members, and the role we play in supporting our community.
“The Goering Center for Family and Private Business is a tremendous resource for its members and the Tri-State business community,” said Kirsch CPA Group Founding Partner John Kirsch. “We are honored to be recognized by this organization, which shares and promotes the values we were built on, including a mindset of internal growth and development as well as a commitment to the health of our community. I’m proud of the work our team members have done to earn this recognition.”
Recognition of Leadership Development & Giving Back
The Goering Center for Family and Private Business, which has been serving the Cincinnati Tri-State region since 1989, developed its best practices over years of observing and working with family and private organizations.
The annual award evaluates businesses against these practices, which include:
- A dynamic business strategy
- A performance management system
- Leadership development
- Contingency planning
- Giving back
It’s a broad commitment to organizational excellence and leadership that serves more than just the health of the businesses that adopt it, but also provides a structure for developing the next generation of leadership and community building.
Our congratulations go out to all the Tri-State businesses honored by this important organization.
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