What Makes a Successful Financial Consultant?
With more regulations affecting businesses and new technology emerging, firms are hungry for specialized professionals to handle complex finance and accounting projects.
However, many organizations may not need this expertise on a full-time basis. This is where financial consultants come in.
Financial consulting can be a rewarding career path for senior-level accounting and financial professionals who have the right expertise and experience. Our research shows that many financial executives consider a move to consulting attractive, and are enticed by the flexibility and compensation of working as a consultant.
Whether you’re currently a finance consultant or considering making the move, here are three top attributes you’ll need to succeed:
Financial consultants are hired by companies both large and small, as well as by public, private and nonprofit organizations, to help solve problems and achieve strategic goals. As a financial consultant, you could be engaged to help steer regulatory compliance initiatives at a large public financial institution or asked to fill an interim management role at a fast-growing company.
The variety of assignments you might experience working in consultant jobs requires you to adapt easily to different work environments and accept new challenges head-on. Many consultants consider the diversity of their work to be one of the top perks of their careers.
Posted by Robert Half Management Resources on Monday, January 25, 2016 – 11:00
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