Commitment: Your View and Your Firm’s

Businessman with hand extended in "no" gestureOur experts define the biggest challenge for the next group of leaders.

By Martin Bissett
Passport to Partnership

The Passport to Partnership study collated a number of responses in a conversational style. The need for commitment is showcased below and was repeated many times in various different ways.

So many use us as a stepping stone and we’re now trying to determine who those are at the interview stage.

Proof – if any were needed – that long-term commitment is not a given in the next generation of accounting professionals.

MORE ON THE PASSPORT TO PARTNERSHIP: What Commitment Really Means for Partners | How to Build Your Pipeline | How Well Do You Represent Your Firm? | Communication: Putting It All Together | Gauge Firm Culture to Move Toward Partner

One question we ask is: Would we want to pass our firm on to someone like this?