7 Dysfunctions of a CPA Firm

Over the years, we've worked with countless CPA firms helping them solve their challenges and develop strategic plans to achieve their goals and vision. Occasionally, we encounter a firm where the leadership team is so high functioning that their culture and firm performance are simply outstanding. Other times, we find firm leaders engaging in unhealthy behaviors and practices and competing internally, ultimately undermining their firm value and their own personal success. In this session, you will identify seven characteristics of dysfunctional firms, including:

  • Undermining and infighting
  • Selfishness
  • Blaming or being a victim
  • Complaining or negativity
  • Lacking trust
  • Resisting change
  • Making partnership look like hardship

You will leave this session able to demonstrate new behaviors, devise strategies, and design approaches to enhance your overall firm functionality and achieve long-term success.

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