Becoming a manager brings many new challenges and perhaps one of the largest is understanding financial issues. You may be expected to communicate the organisation's financial performance to your team, to contribute to discussions about how to respond to it, to plan and work to a budget and maybe even to present a business case for investment.
This course is aimed at managers for whom finance is not a key part of their responsibility, but who nevertheless will benefit from understanding it better. If your direct interaction with finance doesn't go beyond budgeting and the occasional business case, but you want to be able to make sense of financial briefings, and interpret company performance and financial drivers better, this is for you.
This interactive 2 day workshop will demystify the basics of finance by allowing you to engage with them in a way which promotes understanding of the way finance is measured, the documents and statements which communicate it and the business conditions which drive financial decisions.