The 21st Century Chief Financial Officer position is moving away from the super-accountant stereotype.
The 21st Century Chief Financial Officer (CFO) position is moving away from a super-accountant stereotype and moving towards a role more akin to a deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Currently, there is growing demand in public companies but especially in private companies to hire full time or contract CFO’s to lead complex growth initiatives; mergers and acquisitions; strategic local, national or global expansion; raising growth capital; creative financing; or positioning the company for a profitable sale.
Today, the demands on the CFO are more complex.
There are few guidelines as to what to expect prior to stepping into such a position. The complexity and rigor of the position depends on the:
Jan Eden offers a custom designed “Become a 21st Century CFO” Program ideally suited for individuals who are already positioned in the company as the CFO, are tasked with CFO responsibilities or individuals who believe they are ready to step into a CFO role and have a:
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