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June 2, 2021

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Wisconsin School of Business
Shifting the focus from manager to coach. The days of command-and-control leadership as a standard way of managing people are long gone. When managers adopt a coaching mindset and approach it improves employee’s motivation levels and performance, and boosts satisfaction with both their job and...
Jun 2—3, 2021
2 days in Madison, Wisconsin, United States
2,295 USD
3 more dates
USC Marshall School of Business
According to Forbes, corporations with top gender equality outperform by 15% and those with ethnic diversity outperform by 35%. Learn to deliver an improved corporate culture and reach revenue targets with our two-day Diversity and Inclusion for Success. Examine how deep rooted human...
Jun 2—3, 2021
2 days in Los Angeles, California, United States
3,250 USD
2 more dates
Management Concepts
Every organization faces the risk of financial loss due to fraud, but maintaining an effective audit function can help reduce that risk. Auditors will expand their knowledge of fraud detection and prevention to effectively perform their duties. Through a traditional classroom setting, you will be...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Auditors, funders, and recipients need to understand how well Federal grants are managed and perform. Audits provide a mechanism for monitoring grants, ensuring that recipients meet financial and performance goals, and correct issues. You will build foundational knowledge of the audit process,...
Jun 2—3, 2021
2 days in Denver, Colorado, United States
Management Concepts
Effective justification of defense budget requests make the difference between your budget being approved or rejected. An approved budget enables budgeteers to support delivering programs and their agency’s fulfillment of the mission. Budgeteers must also prepare a budget justification that...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
You’ve conducted valuable data analysis, but how do you capture the value of that analysis to ensure decision-makers in your organization understand the results so they can make sound decisions? How do you determine if the results of your analysis meet the organizational need? Through...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Tysons, Virginia, United States
1,379 USD
23 more dates
Management Concepts
Financial management professionals will examine the ways government entities differ from private entities and how they interact at the Federal, state, and local levels. As part of the Certified Government Financial Manager® (CGFM®) series, you will learn the realities of public accountability,...
Jun 2, 2021
1 day in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Without proper knowledge in all aspects of agency budget function, Federal personnel are unable to support organizational compliance with laws and regulations such as the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act (GPRAMA). In-depth discussions and practical exercises will provide you...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Denver, Colorado, United States
Management Concepts
Most Federal agencies have experienced a lack of cost and pricing expertise within their contracting workforce, which leads to waste and other funding misuse. Understanding how indirect costs function will allow you greater oversight and control of your agency’s financials. Learning...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Tysons, Virginia, United States
Management Concepts
Some believe that successfully navigating relationships is an inherent quality that can’t be learned—but this is not true. Developing your interpersonal skills increases your self-awareness and strengthens your ability to better understand others. Gain a better understanding of your communication...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,129 USD
26 more dates
Management Concepts
Auditors and those impacted by audits must understand the various components of performance audits as outlined in the Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). After using a design matrix tool that assists in planning, you will learn other standards and techniques for conducting...
Jun 2—4, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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Management Concepts
Auditors responsible for Federal financial audit statements ensure organizations comply with the requirements of legislation such as the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Act. With an obligation to the American public of ensuring accountability and transparency of tax dollar spending, auditors must...
Jun 2—4, 2021
Online course
Management Concepts
Effective internal control is the first line of defense against waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement of Federal funds. Complying with regulations that ensure reliability and accountability of financial information is not only critical to the success of an organization or agency, but is also...
Jun 2—4, 2021
Online course