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This full day course provides over two hundred useful and unusual tips for accountants in financial leadership. These non-technical tips are illustrated through concrete examples derived from practical experience. You won't find these tips in courses or text books, but you'll be able to use many of them. Value will also be derived from the sharing of experiences and practices by the participants. This seminar "grows" continuously as new tips are added from participants. It provides specific opportunities for bench-marking your practices with those of your peers. Over 6,500 accountants have attended this seminar which was created and is presented by an experienced current CFO, with extensive real-life insight.
The course is aimed at Controllers and CFOs and accountants in leadership positions, as well as those in public practice or consulting, who advise clients. It is also helpful for financial analysts and accountants moving toward senior leadership roles. Because of the wide range of topic coverage, most accountants would benefit from this seminar, unless they are pure specialists, i.e. forensic, tax, IT, bankruptcy or valuations or audit.
1. Identify key indicators to measure a business 2. Determine people management techniques that apply 3. Match negotiating approaches with situations 4. Identify critical steps when changing jobs 5. Select creative thinking options to solve problems 6. Identify fast close methodologies 7. State methods of reducing legal and audit costs 8. Recall useful technology tips 9. Recognize the application of useful financial reporting tips 10. Outline ethical approaches in ethically challenging situations
Great tips on key indicator reporting Unusual people management tips Innovative negotiation ideas The fast close Extra creative thinking for accountants Auditors & lawyers: minimizing costs More useful financial reporting Straight talk on ethics Critical steps when you change jobs Useful technology tips Getting the most out of your bank Cash flow crisis: what to do when it happens Working with cost-saving consultants
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