Growing Teams, Establishing Leaders, Serving Clients
Joey Havens, CPA, is a managing partner at HORNE, where he passionately lives out his life’s calling to help others see and reach their full potential. Joey challenges leaders to bold transparency, calling on leaders to show their heart while working to connect everyone to the “why,” or the purpose, of the organization.
Joey is a frequent presenter/teacher/facilitator on creating a culture of belonging, strategic planning, leadership development and loves to teach young professionals the ABCs to Outstanding.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants
- CPA Practice Advisor’s Top 30 Thought Leaders
- 2017 Mississippi’s Top CEOs by the Mississippi Business Journal
- Accounting Today’s 2016 Elite Managing Partner List
- Top 40 Under 40 Leadership Award by the Mississippi Business Journal
Joey in the Press
Within the profession, Joey actively challenges the mainstays of public accounting. He advocates growing leaders faster using holistic approaches and intentional sponsorship. In addition to his weekly beBetter blog, he is the author of numerous whitepapers and articles and has co-authored four books during his career at HORNE.
AICPA Journal of Accountancy
Business Learning Institute
Change Your Mindset Blog
The Green Apple Podcast with John Garrett
INSIDE Public Accounting
The Upstream Leader Podcast
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