The possibilities are endless...
Rehmann associates are encouraged to continue their education through both traditional and non-traditional course work. The firm developed Rehmann University to provide onsite training opportunities through traditional seminars, online training and webinars and lunch and learns. Associates can earn CPE credit, or learn about another service line right in their office and often during normal business hours.
Rehmann offers several programs designed to develop and retain the best and brightest talent. Through the Emerging Leaders (EL) program, focused on staff through manager level associates, and the Strategic Training in Executive Performance (STEP) an executive development program, Rehmann is focused on developing leaders at all levels.
Women's Initiative Network (WIN)
In order to support growth and development, companies must leverage the diverse perspectives of their talent. The Women's Initiative Network (WIN) at Rehmann promotes the business case for having a diverse leadership group within the firm. In addition, WIN highlights Rehmann's commitment to making support systems, training and development available to its high-potential female talent.
Randy Rupp, CPA, Rehmann's CEO says, "By recognizing the contributions of our female associates, we not only help them to develop their own career, we better position our firm to continue benefiting from their talent. It’s a fairly straightforward proposition: Encourage and cultivate your most talented associates and allow them to grow with your firm; they, in turn, will promote the growth of the firm."
Click here to view the 2016 edition of Rehmann's WIN brochure.
- Help maintain a culture that enhances the retention and recruitment of women
- Set reasonable and attainable goals for the increased number of women in principal and ownership roles
- Promote and educate the firm’s leadership on the business case for women in leadership roles
- Advise and direct on leadership programs for women at the firm
|Rehmann recognized as a "Great Company for Women in Metro Detroit" in 2014. More.|
WIN Council Chairperson
Amy Flourry has worked in the financial services industry since 1998. She is the Director of Operations for Rehmann Financial and oversees the daily operations of Rehmann Financial including supervising support staff, providing training on systems and processes, managing technology, assisting with mergers and on boarding. Amy became the chairperson of the firm’s WIN council in August of 2015.
“Career advocacy isn’t just great for women – it’s also great for companies putting forth such effort,” said Amy. “Studies suggest that firms with programs designed to retain and develop female leaders have a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”
The Women’s Initiative Network Council is excited to announce upcoming Inforum events! Inforum is the leading professional organization focused on creating strategic connections and accelerating careers for women throughout Michigan and the Midwest. Rehmann has frequently partnered with Inforum to promote women’s career advocacy. Inforum was founded in 1962 as the Women's Economic Club. Inforum has offices in Detroit and Grand Rapids with operations in Saginaw, Lansing and Kalamazoo.