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Why Emotional Intelligence Matters for Accountants
July 14, 2015 - Accounting Web
This article sets out why it’s important to devote more time to soft skills.
Q&A session with author and consultant Ron Baker, an unabashed value-pricing champion, for a conversation that provided an in-depth look at the work firms need to do to quote clients an upfront price, including the questions CPAs should ask clients during their initial meetings.
First in a three part series that will attempt to provide context to how and why the world of business development is changing forever in the field of public accounting.
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