Rosenberg’s book on bringing in new partners was great. I will share it with some of my partners. I think it will be a good tool in helping to educate some of the up and coming managers on what we are looking for in future partners.
Al Kutchins Kutchins, Robbins & Diamond Chicago
CPA Firm Staff: Managing Your #1 Asset
Firms understand that staff is the key is to success. In an era of tight labor supply, high turnover, and a new generation that questions the CPA profession’s continued relevancy, the old ways of managing staff no longer work. Firms that fail to recognize their staff is as important as their clients will soon find themselves without quality staff.
This book is a complete guide to developing CPA staff. We address retention, staff engagement, recruiting, training, flexibility, mentoring, recognition, advancement, performance feedback and much more.
With major contributions from National Experts Jennifer Wilson of ConvergenceCoaching and Jeremy Wortman, PhD from HRD Initiatives, we cover:
- CPA profession relevancy
- Talent management
- Staff retention
- Flexible workplace
- The importance of great bosses
- Leadership development
- Developing women partners
- Surveying your staff
- Generational differences
- Job descriptions
- Why it’s great to work at a CPA firm