Balanced Scorecard is a performance measurement framework that added strategic non-financial performance measures to traditional financial metrics to give managers and executives a more 'balanced' view of organizational performance.
Do you know how to keep your company and your clients on the right side of the law?
What comes to mind when you think of budgeting? Takes too long? No follow-up? It protects the status-quo?
Does your business have a sustainability initiative?
Have you ever tried to improve a business process only to be told “that’s the way we’ve always done it”?
How you communicate with your clients can make or break your career! This course will discuss different personality styles and demonstrate the different ways to communicate information to them.
This course will demonstrate proven methods that CPAs and other business professionals can use to unlock their creativity and innovation.
How do you react to change? Change is difficult, even when it is good and for right reasons.
What is emotional intelligence? This course will define emotional intelligence and help you understand the difference between IQ and EQ.
Webster's dictionary defines entrepreneurship as "a person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to make money."
What does excellent customer service mean to you? Discuss the importance and skills needed to provide excellent customer service to both your internal and external customers.
We often think about hurricanes and tornados as disasters but have you thought about the impact of new technology, a product recall, or even fraud?
Fraud costs US companies $400 billion annually. Do you know where the fraud is in your organization?
What are the characteristics that define good governance?
Why do you need to conduct a financial analysis and how would you use it? Do you know what you do best and is it sustainable? How do you differ from your competitors?
Are you considering doing business in a foreign country? Should you?
We can all list a variety of leadership skills but how do you develop them into your own leadership style?
You have developed a strong technical expertise but what about those skills necessary to grow and expand your business?
Networking is one of the most powerful tools accountants can develop, but it takes time, energy and commitment in order to build a strong network.
The art of negotiating with your customers, clients, business partners and colleagues is a vital skillset for the business professional. Successful business negotiations will help you drive your business success and your career.
This course focuses on developing an effective performance management system that will motivate and bring out the best in your employees.
America’s greatest anxiety, public speaking, is a necessity in today’s business world. Those who can speak in front of crowds and have effective presentational skills tend to move up the corporate ladder more swiftly.
Have you ever presented financial information to a group of non-financial people only to get the glazed-over and under-whelmed look from your audience?
Project management is a results-focused concept.
What is risk? Do you know if your organization is risk averse or risk aggressive?
Leaders fail because of bad decision-making. Business professionals need to be able to respond to today's rapidly changing business environment by making quick and smart decisions.
Does your firm or organization know why it does what it does? Do you have a mission statement?
Twitter, Facebook, YouTube – great fun personally but what good are they for your business?
Did you know that the core principles of improvisation are the same core principles in efficient, effective, and productive teams?
Your company is only as good as your writing. Despite all your efforts, are you still trying to explain the difference between good and bad writing?