Surgent's Desired Traits of Entry-Level Auditors (Audit Skills Tr. Lev 1)

 

   

 

 
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Overview

3.0 Credits

A successful CPA Firm relies on star performers to perform effective and efficient audits. This relies on both sound technical skills, as well as 'soft' skills such as initiative, confidence, sound judgment, teamwork and other desired qualities in an audit professional.

Objectives

  • Understand characteristics of a star performer
  • Recognize how to be proactive and leverage unassigned time
  • Embrace constructive feedback
  • Understand key elements of setting personal goals

Major Topics

  • Maintaining productivity during unassigned time
  • Typical constructive feedback comments for new auditors
  • Setting professional development goals
  • Case studies related to difficult scenarios typically encountered by new professionals
  • Managing time and assigned tasks
  • Tips for new professionals for both short- and long-term success

Designed For

Accountants new to the profession
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