The 7 Habits of Highly Effective CFOs

Technical and Behavioral Skills to Lead Your Business Forward

The days when the chief financial officer was primarily responsible for internal controls and compliance are long gone. While financial discipline remains critical, today’s CFOs have far more responsibility than their predecessors did, playing key roles in developing strategy, fostering innovation and driving growth.

Read this business guide to learn more about the habits that effective CFOs use to meet the high expectations and demands of their ever-expanding role such as:

  • Focus on Long-Term Strategic Goals

  • Adhere to a Strict Code of Ethics

  • Build and Maintain Relationships

  • Identify Opportunities…not Just Risks

  • Develop and Engage Your Team

  • Scan the Horizon for What’s Next

  • Become Data-Driven