Dear CFO Moves reader,
If you receive this blog update by email, you know that CFO Moves has been running regularly, every week, since September 2011. For 2 and 1/2 years, every Monday morning, like clock work, CFO Moves has been delivering the most comprehensive report on CFO movement in the country.
In the past month, CFO Moves has moved beyond the 1,000 subscribers mark, and is continuing to grow. Many of you found this blog because a colleague referred you to it, or a Google search brought you to these pages. You are all different people with varying experiences from diverse backgrounds, industries and roles. Yet, you have one thing in common: You are interested in the Chief Financial Officer.
You may know that I have another blog on the topic of the CFO – Samuel’s CFO Blog. More of you are interested in my news reporting than on my editorial reporting – I understand and respect that. As a matter of fact, this is why I keep my reporting blog (CFO Moves) and my editorial blog (Samuel’s CFO Blog) separate.
I rarely use the forum at CFO Moves to share news other than hires and unhires. Today, I hope you allow me the latitude to introduce an announcement on a very special personal project.
Today, Monday March 17th, is the date that my new book is available in stores across the United States. Guide to CFO Success: Leadership Strategies for Corporate Financial Professionals, available in hardcover and e-book, is published by Wiley & Sons.
I am introducing this book to you because, as someone who is interested in the Chief Financial Officer, you will gain value from reading and sharing this book.
If you are a CFO: This book speaks directly to you, providing you with proven leadership strategies that will impact you and your company.
If you are on the road to CFO: You will learn more about what it is like to really be a CFO, the challenges and opportunities faced, and how to get yourself on track for success as a CFO in the future.
If you work with CFOs: Whether you work with the CFO helping a company reach its goals, or are an outsider who provides the CFO with services, advice or other value to help them become more successful, you will find that reading Guide to CFO Success will give you the edge you need to get the most out of your CFO relationships.
I am proud that I am able to provide you with real value through CFO Moves every Monday morning. I invest my time for your benefit without any expectation of payment, and I am very pleased that I can do this.
I want you to be more successful, because your success is my success.
Read my book and share it with a CFO you care about. Reach out to me and let me know if the stories, challenges and strategies mentioned are familiar to you. Review the book on Amazon.com and tell others what you think. I would love to know if you have comments or feedback, positive or negative.
I appreciate your interest in this blog and the Chief Financial Officer.
I am looking forward to continuing to add value to you for years to come.
Wishing you continued success,