Despite outside appearances, Audit Partners and Senior Managers don’t have it easy. As new Partners and Managers quickly realize, all isn't quite as it seems. Often times, their once seemingly endless Midas touch is a distant memory as future success is largely gauged on sales abilities that are raw and untested at best, non-existent at worst.
Embark knows more than just a little bit about the uphill battle Audit Partners and Senior Managers face if they want to continue their hike up the partner food chain. In fact, just because we're that kind of people, we have prepared an abundantly insightful guide, Intentional Relationships: Guide to Biz Dev for Audit Partners and Senior Managers, that can prove to be an extremely informative roadmap on your journey towards Big 4 nirvana.
Intentional Relationships: Keys to the Big 4 Castle
In our new guide written specifically for Audit Partners and Senior Managers, we briefly detail the issues at hand and the specific challenges posed in order to push through the significant but in no way impenetrable barriers ahead of you. However, like you've heard countless times since kindergarten, actions speak louder than words.
To that point, we concentrate on a handful of simple, straightforward, yet abundantly useful best practices to help you leap those hurdles, climb those corporate peaks, and continue full steam ahead on your successful career path. Lying at the heart of all of these best practices is a single but immensely important notion – the intentional relationships you develop, foster, and grow are the keys to the Big 4 castle.
Preparing Yourself for Success
Throughout Intentional Relationships: Guide to Biz Dev for Audit Partners and Senior Managers, we provide useful tips to turn yourself into the sales-oriented professional your career depends on. While you likely never experienced adequate training on such matters and often feel like you're being sent into a full-blown brawl with a butter knife and inviting smile, these tips will teach you to absorb and embrace a sales mentality with just a few quick adjustments to your mindset and actions.
Yes, it can be as easy as we make it sound if you are diligent, deliberate, well-organized, and committed to developing the skills your firm expects you to magically possess (despite a severe lack of internal training). Invest just a few minutes reading our new guide, Intentional Relationships: Guide to Biz Dev for Audit Partners and Senior Managers, and your career will surely appreciate it. You can thank us later but, for now, roll up your sleeves and get to work.