Virtual Learning Course – Track 208: Transitioning from Generalist to Specialist

We know that the firm of the future will be comprised of specialty services and verticals that command the highest margins.  But, many accounting professionals start their career in generalist roles.  In fact, most entry-level positions fall under this category — it’s hard to be considered a specialist in anything when you don’t yet have much experience. You can work your entire career as a generalist, but today’s buyers are frequently looking for specialists in a specific area of expertise. During your career, it can be difficult for a generalist to find opportunities for advancement without having a core specialty.  In this session, we’ve assembled a line-up of GG&G specialists who will share how they developed a core expertise and advanced on their path to specialization.

*Recommended for 2yrs.+ Support Staff, Senior Staff, Supervisors, Managers, Directors & Partners.*
2 CPE Credits Available.


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