Finance for the Nonfinancial Manager
Finance for Non-financial Managers
Date: Sept. 19, 2012
Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
In this workshop, you will learn the language of finance and accounting; how to read balance sheets and income statements; how to analyze retained earnings and cash flow statements; how to calculate key financial ratios, and more. The information-packed workshop has been developed following the accelerated learning model of teaching adults. Interactive exercises, relevant examples, and attendee participation reinforce learning and keep the session interesting and fun.
- Differentiate between cash and accrual-based accounting
- Understand the role of accounting in the overall business process
- Identify the impact of various transactions on an organization’s accounts
- Prepare a set of simple financial statements from a set of account balances
- Understand the statement of retained earnings and the cash flow statement
- Read and interpret a company’s financial reports to determine its financial health
- Know the key financial ratios and how to calculate each to determine liquidity, leverage, and profitability
- Understand the language of finance and accounting – including assets, liabilities, equity, expense, profit, and cash flow
Financial and nonfinancial business owners and managers, sales professionals, vice presidents, marketing, or engineering, project managers, assistant accountants or attorneys, human resource managers, and CEOs, in all industries who need a quick overview of the key elements that financial managers address in order to achieve the business goals of their department or company.
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William R. Kay, Owner of W. Kay & Associates, is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals enhance their competitiveness, productivity, and technological performance. Kay specializes in assisting businesses in the quest to improve performance in the areas of strategic planning, finance and accounting, project management, marketing, sales and sales management, and team building following the accelerated learning model for adult learning. Kay’s professional experience includes over 30 years experience as CEO, CFO, and owner of a major company. For the past 21 years he has been helping major Fortune 500 companies with organizational development and training. He received his M.B.A. in Finance and Marketing from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson.
At least ten (10) business days are required to reschedule or cancel any class in order to receive a full refund minus a processing fee of $50. Cancellations made less than ten (10) business days from the class start date are eligible for credit towards future classes but are ineligible for refund. When rescheduling occurs our policy requires a $50 administrative transaction fee. Any and all fees paid toward classes cancelled by Bloch Executive Education will be promptly refunded or applied to a later class date at the customer's discretion. All registrations will be confirmed within 24 hours of registration date.