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5 ways to be an indispensable accountant

5 ways to be an indispensable accountant

An indispensable employee is one who can always be counted on to save the day. Someone who can be depended on to the job perfectly to the 'T'. Someone, who more often than not, rises rapidly through the ranks on the back of their powerful personality and stellar body of work - someone each one of us aspires to be.

Companies are always looking for the best and brightest to carry it through positive growth.

So, how do you become that accountant?

Identify Strengths and Become an Expert

What are you especially good at? While you may perform a specific set of duties and responsibilities, is there an area where you can become the resident expert? Focus your energy there and become the “go to” person.

Be Great at the Everyday Stuff

It's very simple really. Most of us make such a big deal of thinking out of the box and going the extra mile, we often forget to cover the basics. Getting your job done accurately and without any glitches, on a consistent basis must become second nature. The idea is to get both the extremes spot-on attention to detail is as important as big picture thinking.

Communication

Part of the sacred requirements in any industry, once again communication is vital. Accountants need to convey complex information in the most straightforward way possible. Whether you are an outside firm hired on behalf of a business, or you are part of an internal accounts team, it is likely you will need to work alongside colleagues on every level. Assessments of these skills start when you apply for your first accountancy role.

Teamwork

An accounting firm's success is rarely dependent on one team member doing something all by themselves. Success is the result of the entire team working toward a common goal—whether it is a process such as payroll that relies on input from multiple staff members; or increasing your monthly recurring revenue, which relies on each and every team member doing their part. 

Think Strategically

Think beyond your current responsibilities. How can you help your company be successful? Take on leadership roles, or participate in special projects that have high visibility. Become a key contributor to stand out. 

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