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Pressroom Manager Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Coaching Skills for CPAs, Controllers and Financial Managers

Professional Athletes have multiple coaches - business people rarely utilize coaches. This course will focus on creating the coaching skills that are required to raise the performance of your...


Use Performance Metrics: Improve Planning and Control

Many financial managers wage a constant struggle to keep their projections current and their operating managers engaged and focused on their budgets. This session will show you how to use...


Managing People: Conquering the Soft Side of Your Job

Financial managers rarely get fired due to lack of GAAP or tax knowledge. They get fired because they fail at the people side of their job. An accountant with good people management skills can...


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