Episode 104. In today’s practical episode, “Three Signs of Executive Presence in Accountants.” In these segments, we pick out key trends and events in accounting and fintech media and analyse/interpret them for accountants in practice.
Key takeaways from this episode include:
➤ how do people react when you walk into a room or show up on a video call?
➤ what executive presence gives accountants and leaders in professional environments
➤ the importance of avoiding non-words that dilute the communication impact of accountants
➤ what executive presence means for trusted advisor status with clients of accountants
➤ what style means in professionals like accountants who have executive presence
➤ the relationship between character, personal brand and reputation for accountants
➤ the role of substance in accounting executive presence, especially in thinking strategically
➤ the importance of strong character and inner values in developing accounting executive presence
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