2-DAY PUBLIC SESSION | 3-DAY VIRTUAL SESSION
Finance For Non-Financial Executives
Concepts, Terms and Practices of Finance & Accounting for an Informed Decision Maker.
Make Better, Smarter Financial Decisions for Your Organization.
After this course, you'll be proficient in:
- Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
- Finance in Managerial Decision Making
- The Accounting Cycle
- Interpreting Financial Statements
- Building a Capital Budget, Departmental Budgets
- Time Value of Money
- Determining Year to Year Capital Needs
- Stock and Bond Valuation, Financial Models
- Analyzing Forecasting Models
- Trade Credit in Financing
- Using Project Index Ratios
- Marketing Risk, Business Risk, ROIC
- The Master Budget
- Interpreting Annual Reports
Minimize Risk in Financial Decision Making!
As an experienced manager, you’re faced with making tough decisions - many involve money and finance. Without a sound understanding of finance and accounting principles, it can be risky. A lot may ride on your decision. Staring at a Financial Statement, having to make judgement calls that will affect your company can be daunting and overwhelming. This two day program is offered to give you the confidence and comfort in making those financial decisions.
The Financial Concepts and Principles, Step By Step, in Easy to Understand Terms
This workshop will demystify terms and financial practices that are most used in business today. You will examine and experience in detail the financial information and practices you need, presented in easy to understand terms and concepts. Brick by brick, you will be exposed to the framework of the finance and accounting principles that make a company run, measure results and make profit. You’ll also know how to “speak the language” of your Finance and Accounting staff and more clearly plan your financial goals. After two days, you can confidently make better informed financial decisions that will affect your department and your career.
A Clear Understanding of Financial Resources and Financial Goals
Gain a clear understanding of how each department or resource within your firm operates from a financial standpoint. From balance sheets, financial statements to annual reports – you’ll examine and interpret with ease. You’ll be able to look at an annual report and know what it all means. You’ll know what questions you need to be asking and the financial objectives and financial results you need to achieve.
Maximize your profits and your resources!