Transitioning from today's leaders to tomorrow's is proving a difficult hurdle for accounting firms. Questions abound, such as is it just a sheer shortage of talent or is it a lack of interest in leadership from the younger generation? Or are firm leaders reluctant to invest in their staff or afraid to hand over the reins? What can be done to overcome this pervasive problem? This book examines the disconnect between current and emerging leaders from a variety of angles, exploring causes of the apparent divide between what current and emerging leaders want, expect and perceive and potential solutions to bring them together.