To many non-financial managers, the
world of financial terminology and statements is
often unclear ... confusing ... even downright
frustrating. But, the truth is, buried within those
numbers are often the answers you need to make smart
That is why we developed this workshop — to give
professionals like you an “edge up” by helping
you master the meaning behind the financial
statements and terminology you’ve been wrestling
The Nonfinancial Manager’s Guide to
Understanding Financial Statements is a
comprehensive, fast-paced day of learning that
covers all the essentials. Your expert trainer will
focus on the PRACTICAL, helping you zone in on the
important numbers you should look for and teaching
you to ask the questions that’ll give you the real
scoop on the situation.
You’ll leave this workshop able to make better
decisions right away as you learn how to find
answers to important questions, such as ...
- When should you lease equipment and when
should you buy?
- How much inventory is too much? too little?
- What’s an appropriate return on investment
for a product?
- Will there be enough cash flow to cover the
- At what point would investing more in
resources and personnel result in better
- How do you evaluate the value of a company
based on its financial statements?
- What type of depreciation should you plan
for on major equipment?
- How can you tell whether your department is
performing how it should?
- Based on the balance sheet, is an
organization’s debt too high?
- How can you tell whether an organization is
asset-rich but cash-poor?
- At what point does the variable cost of
maintaining a piece of equipment make that
“bargain” initial cost not a bargain at all?
And that’s just for starters!
This workshop is tailored to the mid- to
senior-level nonfinancial decision-maker who wants
to attain a greater functional understanding of
finance and financial statements.
You will sit shoulder-to-shoulder with people
like yourself — people who have reached a level in
their organizations that demands a solid
understanding of financial terminology and
statements ... people who ultimately drive the
success of their organizations through the quality
of their decisions.
Don’t let this important opportunity to hone your
financial skills pass you by.
After just one day, you’ll ...