The Ability to Anticipate Is a Necessary Leadership Skill for Accountants Moving Forward

Dan Griffiths | May 30, 2016 |

Dan Griffiths, Director of Strategy Planning at Tanner Co., says that one of the most critical leadership skills that accountants must develop is the ability to anticipate opportunities. This will enable them to recognize and act upon these new opportunities in the future.


Dan Griffiths

Dan Griffiths, Director of Strategy Planning, Tanner Co.

Dan Griffiths CPA, CGMA is the Director of Strategic Planning at Tanner Co., a Salt Lake City-based professional services firm with about 90 team members. Prior to merging his practice with Tanner, he co-founded Proficio Services Group to provide strategic & business planning, leadership development, and business coaching services. Dan is a graduate of the 2010 American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) Leadership Academy, a highly selective program and in 2011-2012 served as the chair of the Young CPA Network Committee for the AICPA. See more by Dan Griffiths


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