Recommends practical ways of developing a flexible career maintenance plan that can handle major obstacles that may arise. Based on the author's thirty years accounting, recruiting, and career planning experiencehe has acted as consultant to hundreds of corporations and several thousand accountants. Addresses balancing home and career, what to do at a Plateau, career changes, ethical considerations, and much more.
|Series:||Wiley/Institute of Management Accountants Professional Book Series , #8|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.79(d)|
Table of Contents
Career PlanningA Lost Art.
Balancing Home and Career Life.
Mastering the Art of Competing.
Taking Charge of Smart Time.
When You Have Reached a Plateau.
Designated Annual Career Planning DayYour Birthday.
To Change or Not to ChangeThat Is the Question.
Changing Currents in the Accounting Field.
Greater Demand for Continuing Education.
Membership in Professional Associations.
Public, Private, and Teaching Careers.