This Leadership course is actually being developed to become a program. Contained within the Financial Officer Leadership Training program is a collection of courses that are designed to develop professional finance and leadership competencies for those aspiring to take on senior or executive roles in an organization.
The four competency areas covered in this leadership course address the role a senior financial professional play as each a Steward, Operator, Strategist, and Catalyst.
Take this Leadership Course: Financial Officer Leadership Training Program and become one of the top leaders on your industry.
Let's check in on the cases under investigation from around the world to get better understanding of how big our fraud problem really is.
You know the techniques already by now, but do you want to know which ones work and which ones don't? Let me tell you what fraud controls you should be emphasizing and which are less important.
This lesson puts a face to fraud. Is it that weird guy at the water cooler all the time? Or is it Bob, the flamboyant sales guy? In this lesson, I’ll give you the profile of today’s fraudster.
So you've been victimized by one of your trusted employees. Ugh. Sorry about that. But what should you do next? Call the police? Let's see what others are doing that find themselves in the same unfortunate situation.
Let's put a bow on this whole discussion by asking the experts what are the key things you should be thinking about as you develop an anti-fraud program.
Let's get an overview of what we will cover in this module.
Let's talk about why developing credibility is so important to facilitating the growth agenda.
In this lesson, we talk about how you determine your own level of credibility.
In this lesson, we talk about ways to establish people credibility.
In this lesson, we talk about ways to establish technology and process credibility.
The CFO plays an important and integral role in helping the Board of Directors fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities. In this lesson, we learn more about governance.
Just been appointed CFO or are you looking for that title in your career? Here is a preview of what you need to know to hit the ground running.
Learn what competencies (skills and knowledge) the modern CFO embodies.
It's important to know where you are starting from and where you are going. A maturity model helps you make this assessment.
To be successful in the role of CFO, you need to build a team around you. Here are a few team building ideas to get you started.
Documenting and communicating the plan for how the finance function aligns with the rest of the organization is an important outcome during your first 100 days.
Structuring the finance function to achieve and cover the mandate of finance takes some careful staff planning and recruitment.
In all likelihood, you will want to change a few things after your first 100 days. Here is a reminder of a few of the important change management principles to keep in mind.
Blair has two decades of experience at all levels of public and private corporations, public practice, and professional development. His experience as a corporate director, chief financial officer, instructional designer, and professional development leader will provide you with insight into finance topics that matter.
He is adjunct faculty member at St. Mary's University and the CPA Atlantic School of Business. Blair has been instructing at undergraduate and professional institutions for the past 19 years. Blair played a leading role in the developing the certification program for the Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant designation.
He was awarded the Govenor Generals Gold Medal of Canada in the field of accounting. He has designed professional development e-learning programs for the Big 4 firms. Benefit from his engaging presentation style and deep knowledge of the subject matter to further your own financial skills.