It’s only fitting to finish this book with a chapter devoted to a topic that not only permeates all functions of financial and accounting management, but also is relevant to everything we do inside and outside of our workplaces. The subject of human interactions goes far beyond the limits of HR management in its conventional definition. The ability to deal with various categories of people, handle different personality types, adapt your communication style to particular circumstances, and, in the process, achieve your intended purposes—these are critical faculties of any notable person, not just a successful CFO or controller.
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