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Rotman School of Management

Financial Literacy

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Nov 8—10
3 days
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
CAD 5250 ≈USD 3909
CAD 1750 per day

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Leadership

Description

Master the language of finance.

Equip yourself with the skills to navigate between strategy and operations using financial statements and add value to the boardroom and your organization.

Add value to the boardroom.

Executives and directors who can use and understand numbers add more value to the boardroom and to their organization and are better able to fulfill their leadership mandate. Mastering the language of finance enhances your ability to ask the right questions and engage management more efficiently. Over three days our expert faculty will provide you with a context for the use of financial information and build a framework for strategic thinking based on solid financial measures.

Connect the dots.

Build the skills you need to navigate financials. This program is designed to help you connect the dots and gain a practical working knowledge of financial reporting and analysis. Past participants have included CEOs, SVPs, presidents, executives, board directors and senior managers from public, private and not-for-profit boards and organizations.

  • Improve your ability to read and understand financial statements
  • Better connect strategy and operations to maximize value
  • Use financial data and analysis more effectively
  • Execute your financial role and responsibilities with due diligence

This program has been approved for 19.5 continuing professional development (CPD) hours under Section A of the continuing professional development (CPD) log of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA).

Who should attend

The program is intended for participants seeking to develop the necessary skills to navigate financials. The program is designed to help participants “connect the dots” and gain a practical working knowledge of financial reporting and analysis. Past participants have included CEOs, SVPs, presidents, executives, board directors and senior managers from public, private and not-for-profit boards and organizations.

Experts

Bio Alexandra MacKay teaches in the Commerce, Master of Finance and Executive MBA programs, as well as in Executive Education including MBA Essentials and Financial Literacy for Directors and Executives. Her research interests include risk management in deregulated network industries and efficie...
Bio Ramy Elitzur is the Edward J. Kernaghan Professor in Financial Analysis and an Associate Professor of Accounting. He has earned a PhD and MPhil. from Stern School of Business Administration, New York University and an MBA from Recanati School of Business, Tel Aviv University. In addition, he...

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