Employer Brand in Accounting – Developing Existing Talent
Episode 119. In today's practical episode, "Employer Brand in Accounting - Developing Existing Talent."
Key takeaways from this episode include:
⍟ where young accounting talent often goes if they choose not to enter private practice
⍟ why advancing and developing your people makes great sense for accounting firms
⍟ advice for accountants to put their hands on the steering wheel of their own career.
⍟ the critical question leaders and employers in accounting firms must answer when hiring or promoting talent
⍟ the role that 'best' technology plays for accounting firms in showing your talent that you care and you want to develop them
⍟ how technical skills are just the baseline or foundation for training and development of talent in accountancy practices
⍟ the kind of training that is required for accounting firms to develop the soft skills and leadership qualities of their people
⍟ what role coachability plays for accounting firm leaders trying to decide which people to invest most in
⍟ the need for accounting firms to proactively show their talent what is possible with their career
⍟ examples of the different training and development channels, formats and approaches in accountancy
⍟ the core elements of talent management for accounting practices
⍟ why accounting professionals are more likely to leave a bad manager than a bad firm
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