Do you work for a public accounting firm that strives to be one of the best places to work in the region?
Are you constantly trying to raise the bar so that you and your colleagues can provide exceptional service to your clients? You’re not alone.
If you’re like most CEOs and managing partners of public accounting firms or an accounting professional that works for one, your firm is struggling to assemble a highly-qualified and motivated team. And your firm also needs to stand out in a field of largely indistinguishable competitors. Sure, you and your leadership team believe that your firm is differentiated. But do your prospects and clients? (Tip: It’s their opinion that counts, not yours.)