5 fundamentals for effectively managing your virtual accounting practice
As the owner of an accounting firm, it is crucial to keep a strong direction for your practice and to anticipate and accompany growth. In the beginning, you may mainly provide a lot of technical service, taking on the role of a technical leader rather than a manager. But as the staff and client base expands, the need for continuous management will clearly appear. This can be a role that is more or less natural for you. In any case, you can learn how to be a good manager and do the right things from the start. This will make your practice flow more naturally, and possibly improve the attitudes of the people you work with.
In a previous article, we explored ways to successfully start a virtual accounting practice. In this one we present you with ideas to manage this structure and gain maximum benefits from it.
We came up with five tips that should enhance the way you manage your virtual practice. Specific situations will occur, but these pieces of advice are foundational and can be relied on when developing new managerial practices.