When accounting firm leaders start to formulate a succession plan and think about the future of their firms in the near- and long-term, they hit a block. Sure, they want to groom new, capable partners and owners. But to be a great leader, one has to be beyond smart. A leader must be creative, intellectually curious, passionate and entrepreneurial, and must be able to communicate with a clear vision.
The good news? The perfect candidate for future leadership may be closer than you think. Meet the Millenials (people born roughly between 1982 and 2000) and learn about some of the leadership qualities this group exhibits, in this article originally published in VSCPA Disclosures magazine.