Crucial Leadership Skills for Women: Financial Acumen to Drive Results
Women professionals receive training on leadership and communication skills, however frequently miss out on training for business and financial acumen, a crucial skill set needed to help move a business forward. This skill set is often referred to as the missing 33% in women's leadership development. Without a clear understanding of strategic business and financial concepts, women lose out on key career and leadership opportunities. How can you develop the key skills needed to grow your career and demonstrate the financial know-how to affect business decisions? Join us to learn:
- How to assess your company's financial health: Seeing the big picture
- Keys to making strategic business decisions based on financial reports
- Critical financial concepts you need to know: Ensure business success
- How to create financial forecasts & ensure you're able to meet your goals
- Financial acumen as business leadership: Taking ownership of outcomes
Understanding Financial Statements: What Do the Numbers Tell You?
- Reading & analyzing your company's income statements
- What conclusions can you draw from your company's profit & loss statement?
- Critical components of balance sheets and cash flow statements
Key Financial Concepts Women Professionals Need to Know for Success
- Identify economic signals that'll help you to make more informed decisions
- Better understand directive that come from finance & management
- How to "think finance" and translate performance into financial terms
- Tips for conversing more effectively with finance & operations staff
Using Financial Acumen for Strategic Business Decision-making
- Ways to effectively use financial statements to make better decisions
- Making financial performance part of daily management practices
- Keys to determining your company's economic & financial performance
Keys to determining your company's economic & financial performance
About the Speaker
Clare Novak is author of EBIT-Duh Finance for the HR Professional and the ATD InfoLine Making the Financial Case for Performance Improvement .
- She has conducted numerous workshops and webinars on finance within companies and for a variety of professional organizations.
- Finance is one part of her work in leadership development, in which she has over 25 years' experience.
- Ms. Novak is an award winning, international consultant, author and speaker. She has address five international conferences and works in the US, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
In this 60-minute webinar, you will discover the key concepts of business and financial acumen. Acquiring this skillset, which is often overlooked in leadership training, will enable you to make better business decisions, drive performance and growth and become a high-level leader.
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What is Webinar Training?
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