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What does it take to become a tax leader?

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016

Hays Canada Blog: DNA of a Tax leaderShare your insights into the tax function to help us map the career path of a tax leader. Guide future generations, and find out what skills your team might be missing by taking the 15 minute survey.

The Hays DNA of a Tax Leader will be the sixth in our DNA series, which looks at the most common career paths, necessary skills at each step, and advice from successful tax leaders.

I am very much looking forward to seeing the final results of this project. It will be interesting to see what differentiates tax leaders from those in the other specialisms, especially other finance-based careers that can lead to a CFO role.

One thing we’ve heard so far is the need to understand the whole business so you can help ensure compliance and consistency across the board.

Don’t agree? Take the survey today.

The survey will be closing in late September and the report will be available in October.

To get more information on our DNA project, visit hays.ca/dna.

 

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