The Importance of Soft Skills In Accounting

The Workshop is addressed to all levels of Accounting Professionals. why this Program

The role of an accountant has changed, from someone who traditionally had little business interaction with their clients, to more of an advisory role.

As the use of technology in accounting increases and compliance is outsourced, firms are looking to focus more on offering advisory services to their clients .In order to be successful, one needs to be technically able, but also possess the necessary soft skills, to assist their clients with their needs.

 

Expected Outcomes

This workshop will provide delegates the opportunity: – To understand what we mean Soft Skills Competencies(Communication-Networking-Confidence-Empathy) -To be familiar with the Importance of Communication and the ability to listen to what is being said and to convey what you are trying to get across.-To be able to simplify technical terms and the ability to express technical concepts in a user -friendly way.-To be acquainted with Influencing Skills and to be able to negotiate with people and build relationships through positive and open communication.

 

Contents of Program

  • Improvement of Communication Skills-Do you have the capacity to really listen to what ‘s being said and convey what you’re trying to get across?
  • The ability to Simplify Technical Terms ,expressing technical concepts in a user-friendly way especially to non- finance audience
  • Improvement of Management Skills, managing relationships with individuals and teams outside the finance function
  • Enhancing Influencing skills, being able to negotiate with people and build relationships through positive and open communication.
  • Problem solving techniques improving the ability to think laterally.

 

 

 

Who will Attend

Directors ,Managers ,Section Head, Senior Employees of all lines of responsibilities.

 


Description: The role of an accountant has changed, from someone who traditionally had little business interaction with their clients, to more of an advisory role.

As the use of technology in accounting increases and compliance is outsourced, firms are looking to focus more on offering advisory services to their clients