Surgent's Desired Traits of In-Charges, Seniors and Supervisors (Audit Skills Training - Level 5) (Self-Study)
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Management Services - Technical (3.0)
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Those in charge of the day-to-day supervision of engagements need to consciously embrace and demonstrate characteristics that will enable him/her to transition to a firm leader. This includes a focus on three key pillars: financial success, retaining client through superior client service, and developing other professionals.
Who should take this program?
Accountants who in-charge or supervise engagements, who need to transition to be a firm leader.
Improving a firm's financial results be improving effective and efficient audits
Transforming the audit through creative thinking
Managing change for positive outcomes
Retaining client through ensuring exceptional service
Developing other professional through mentoring, counseling and delegation
Describe critical elements of effective and efficient audits
Explain how to use creative problem solving to enhance the engagement management and client service
Discuss client service and business development roles
Describe important traits to demonstrate when transitioning to being a firm leader
NASBA ID#: 103212
Experience on complex audit engagements