Enhance Your Skills


What’s More Important: Technical Ability or Soft Skills?
 

What’s More Important: Technical Ability or Soft Skills?

Posted: November 21, 2016
In a business world that’s increasingly turning to technology for strategic insights, the skill sets that accounting and finance leaders need on their teams are changing. To capitalize on new tools, CFOs are finding that they need people who have these skills.

Tips for First-Year Auditors
 

Tips for First-Year Auditors

Posted: November 14, 2016
for a new auditor, the first busy season can be an exciting time and a fantastic opportunity for professional growth. Here are suggestions for new auditors and those who nurture their development.

Client Service Goes Beyond Work Deadlines
 

Client Service Goes Beyond Work Deadlines

Posted: November 8, 2016
Don’t wait until the final hour of a deadline to connect with your clients. An expert shares his tips on how you can proactively provide holistic and exceptional client service from start to middle to finish.


3 Tips for Better Strategic Thinking
 

3 Tips for Better Strategic Thinking

Posted: November 2, 2016
Many leaders don't know where to begin when it comes to strategic thinking. This article offers three tips to focus your efforts, beginning with identifying the strategic aspects of your position.

New Job? 7 Tips to Soar Through Your First 90 Days
 

New Job? 7 Tips to Soar Through Your First 90 Days

Posted: November 2, 2016
The start of a finance or accounting job is a busy and exciting time. However, your new boss and colleagues are watching and scrutinizing your performance during the first few months to discover whether you’re a keeper. Here are seven tips to help you make the best first impression.


Wanted: Accountants with Mix of Soft and Hard Skills
 

Wanted: Accountants with Mix of Soft and Hard Skills

Posted: October 25, 2016
When evaluating candidates to fill staff-level accounting and finance positions, a majority of finance executives said it is equally important for a professional to have number-crunching expertise and be able to talk shop with colleagues.