Numbers Rule the World, But They Don’t Speak the Words, 2 Business Management & Organization credits, How can a numbers person master words and communication in an ever-changing and social dynamic? This session will reveal common communication mistakes financial professionals make and suggest practical solutions. We will discuss proven techniques to effectively deliver your numbers so your audience will understand. Ethics in the Real World, 2 Behavioral Ethics credits, Business ethics is not just something “nice to do” but can mean the difference between success, failure and survival in today’s increasingly competitive environment. This seminar outlines eight steps to create an ethical business culture and provides specific ways for financial managers to make better ethical decisions. 5 Marvelous Business Books in 100 Minutes,2 Business Management & Organization credits, You know you should read some business books, but finding time is often hard to do. Come get a 20-minute executive summary of five business books. This session makes it easy to catch up with the latest thinking in five very different topics. This seminar will include: The End of Accounting, The Right and Wrong Stuff: How Brilliant Careers Are Made and Unmade, Big Potential, Pitch Anything and Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success. Save time, learn the key lessons of five business books in just 100 minutes.
Learn how to deliver your numbers so your stakeholders understand them. Learn how to assess the value of ethics in today’s business environment. Understand how to evaluate and manage management continuity risk. Understand the lessons of five recent business books.
This four module combination provides four different topics for those who are CFOs, or those who aspire to be CFOs. When should I text, email, phone, or meet? How to writing emails that people actually read. How to say “no” tactfully. How to communicate information so others understand. Identifying the big picture and your communications role
This series is for people who are, or aspire to be, chief financial officers. We target the discussions to people in medium-sized organizations.