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This guide to the nontechnical side of accounting and auditing will help anyone in corporate, banking, or public and private practice develop vital skills and abilities. It presents all the human relations and personal development know-how you need to excel in your profession.
The book is organized according to the four functions of your job: obtaining information, evaluating information, performing necessary tests, and drawing conclusions. So you can either use it to research individual topics or read it straight through to get a view of the "whole auditor picture." Packed with illustrations and examples drawn straight from accounting and auditing situations, this "how-to" book explains how you can assess the reliability of records, deal with difficult people, understand group dynamics, improve listening and communication skills, negotiate, lower stress, manage time and multiple priorities, understand nonverbal communications and body language, and handle corporate politics and organizational change.
Whatever your situation, you'll find practical advice, techniques, and guidance that will help you obtain information through good interviewing techniques, correctly evaluate the information obtained, deal effectively with conflict, and have your recommendations implemented.
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