CFOs weigh in on nurturing tomorrow's finance leaders

04/26/2011 | CFO.com

Intelligence, integrity and interpersonal skills are among the key traits for promising finance executives, according to a panel of chief financial officers at an Argyle Executive Forum conference. They describe their strategies for helping talented young staff develop the skills they will need to become seasoned leaders. Challenging people to work outside their comfort zones helps them become well-rounded professionals, says Carim Khouzami, CFO at Baltimore Gas and Electric.

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