Take your career to the next level and begin to adopt the skills of an aspiring CFO. Not only will you understand the CFOs viewpoint better, but you will learn the fundamental skills needed to be a strong leader.
This 10 pack includes a range of courses designed to take your thinking to the next level.
Any finance professional looking to advance their career to become CFO, deputy CFO, or other senior finance professional.
This course aims to help you develop strategic thinking.
This course explains the elements of effective communication specific to laying out priorities. It gives you guidelines on preparing and developing a message that will resonate with your team. And it teaches you delivery and listening techniques to help you engage your employees in the priorities to motivate them to take action as a team with a clear focus.
Learn to set priorities for your departmental team. Understand the importance of managing priorities appropriately and the dangers of failing to do so. Discover how to use the Eisenhower principle to rank tasks in terms of importance and urgency. Explore the Pareto technique for deciding how to prioritise. Finally, receive some best practice principles for measuring performance on priorities.
Understand the difference between strategic, tactical, and operational goals. Walk through the process for ensuring that your goals are aligned with the strategic objectives of the organisation. Identify imperatives for action that keep you on track to meet your objectives and ensure your team is working effectively.
Understand the importance of motivation for performance on priorities and basic principles for taking actions to address team members' needs. Learn to assess your own motivational drivers and discover time management skills to keep you motivated on priorities. Understand how to relate team priorities to individual team members, tap their full potential and focus on your department's priorities.
An introduction to a process for managing regulatory and financial risks in line with CFO priorities.
Create stronger, more valuable, and lasting relationships and experiences for your customers.
Learn how a CFO perspective is applied to many of the activities and financial decisions you make on a daily basis.
Learn basic tips to get you thinking like a CFO and importance of having this perspective.
Learn how to prepare and present a business case from a CFO’s perspective.
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