A list of key tools & resources companies are and are not making for professional development:
As part of the recent global Accounting and Finance Virtual Summit CFO.University polled accounting and finance leaders to understand how they are approaching professional development (PD) and what the future of PD looks like.
Over 80% of the respondents are leaders in industry with nearly 20% being leaders of professional service practices.
Let’s jump right in.
It’s difficult to be a leader in times of change and even harder to be a leader in times of a pandemic because anxiety factors are even higher. The role of the CFO carries an especially tough burden as our efforts to maintain cash flow, liquidity and even, corporate viability, collide with the need to address the fears and anxieties caused by the pandemic.
Our mindset and responses must shift when we enter a business crisis and again as we emerge from one. This simple exercise will help you plan your response when transitioning out of crisis.
Collaboration. I have always liked the word. More today, than ever before.
It’s definition, “…working with individuals or groups to produce or create something.” sets the tone for what our businesses need today; creativity, innovation and productivity.