Consistently seeking professional and career development can keep you ahead of the curve. Wherever you are in your professional career, from the beginning stages of building your fraud examination practice to seeking a new career in a different field, these resources can help you achieve your goals.
Books & Manuals
Confessions of a Hiring Manager 2.0
Former Fortune 500 hiring manager Donn LeVie, Jr. offers even more hard-hitting, focused and tried-and-true advices for job seekers and career changers that will improve your odds for getting to and staying at the top of the hiring manager’s job offer list.
50 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Job Now
12 Steps to a New Career: What to Do When You Want to Make a Change Now!
Break Through: A Leader's Greatest Lesson
Career Distinction: Stand Out by Building Your Brand
From One Winning Career to the Next
Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0: How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Tap into the Hidden Job Market
Talent is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else
The Essential HR Handbook
The Essential Performance Review Handbook
ACFE Live Career Webinars
Build a successful career and job search strategy with webinars that deliver top career authors and experts right to your computer. Live webinars occur the first Wednesday of every month from 8:00 – 9:00 pm EST; webinar recordings and presentation PDFs are available anytime, from any device.
Building Your Fraud Examination Practice
Principles of Fraud Examination
Marketing Your Fraud Examination Practice
This course offers guidance to develop a marketing strategy for your fraud examination practice. Whether you have an established operation that you are looking to expand or you are getting ready to hang out your own shingle, marketing is the key to any successful fraud examination practice.
Corporate Probation: The Use of Independent Monitors to Improve Compliance and Prevent Fraud
Positioning for the Future: Creating and Promoting Your Professional Brand in an Evolving Job Market
So You Want to Be a Fraud Examiner?
The CFE as an Expert Witness