Key Character Traits and Interpersonal Skills for Auditors

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1.5 Credits

Success in public accounting is based on more than applying accounting and auditing standards or knowing how to minimize a client's income tax liability. On a daily basis you will not only interact with your coworkers in various capacities, but will also present yourself as a member of the public accounting profession, a representative of your firm, and, most importantly, yourself. This brings with it certain behavioral responsibilities. In this CPE course, we will address these issues to better prepare you for success in your public accounting career.


Recognize the importance of professional relationships and acting in a professional manner Recognize the relationship between select principles of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and the concept of integrity Identify appropriate behavioral concepts and other nontechnical skills beneficial to new staff to achieve success in public accounting

Major Topics

Professionalism AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Professional relationships Maintaining relationships Time and stress management

Designed For

Recently onboarded staff First-year staff Firms that want consistent training and level setting
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