Develop your soft skills in training courses that benefit both the person attending and their organization. This course, part four of the five-course series, is applicable for various accounting departments (i.e. audit, tax, consulting, and accounting services) but because these are universal leadership concepts, they are equally applicable to other professional business leaders. AHI soft skills training will help improve efficiency, make managers and senior managers more effective with others, and increase the organization’s bottom line. Also, as these courses often include other industries besides accounting, there is an opportunity to work and network with leadership professionals from other industries. All of AHI's courses rely heavily on participant interaction and these virtual programs have co-opted many of Zoom’s features to preserve the same strengths of the in-person training: visual interaction between the instructor and all participants (plan to be "on screen" throughout the program) breakout rooms to ensure small group engagement and instructor interaction screen share for small group presentations easy delivery of video presentations fillable PDF for online note-taking in the course materials.
Help more experienced staff develop the nontechical skills needed to make their firm more profitable by improving their ability to profitably manage multiple engagements, communicate with staff, partners, clients and recognize and deliver value-added services.
Expectations of the Supervisor
Managing Self and Priorities Improving Communication Skills
Supervising, Evaluating and Coaching Staff Helping Your Organization Grow