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Managing People: Conquering the Soft Side of Your Job

12:30 pm–2:10 pm ET

CPE SelectAvailable with CPE Select

# of CPE Credits

2

Description

Financial managers rarely get fired due to lack of GAAP or tax knowledge. They get fired because they fail at the people side of their job. An accountant with good people management skills can rise to CEO, but if you can’t manage and develop people, your career scope will be very limited. Attend this webinar to gain people management insight from C-Suite veteran John L. Daly.

Objective

* Gain insights that will make you a better people manager

Highlights

Why culture is everything * Lead by example * Inspire your people * Create a collaborative environment * Develop your team's skills * Interviewing tips * Providing effective feedback

Who Should Attend

Financial managers at all levels

Required Knowledge

Some management experience helpful

Advanced Prep

None

Event Speaker(s)

Mr. John L. Daly ( Executive Education, Inc., Chelsea, MI ),

Additional Event Information

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Event Vendor:Executive Education, Inc.
Field of Study:Business Management & Organization
Level: Intermediate
Other:New Course

Event Type:Webinar
NASBA Instructional Method:Group Internet Based
Event Code:WB066719

Registration Fees

Registration FeeEarly BirdRegular
CPE SelectN/A$0.00
NCACPA MemberN/A$85.00
Non-MemberN/A$120.00
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