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Tuesday, September 26, 2017
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Registration: 8:00 AM

The Mansion on Main Street3000 Main Street
Voorhees, NJ 08043
856-751-1717

CPE Credits

  • 8.00 CPE Credits in MT

Pricing

  • $299.00 - Member
  • $399.00 - Non Member

Course Developer

Address the issue of exercising power and influence. Access proven techniques to help your voice be heard and impact results, and gain knowledge about how to identify strengths that build personal power and significant influence at work.

Designed For

This seminar is for people who are, or aspire to be, chief financial officers. We will focus discussions on medium-sized organizations.

Benefits

Learn the risks and consequences of misusing power and influence and why “winning” so often really means losing.

Highlights

How good companies become great: secrets to success
  • Some business writers are calling Jim Collins’ books Good to Great and Great by Choice the best business books so far in the 21st Century. Well-researched and widely read, Collins’ findings dispel many long-held business myths. This session will review Collins’ research, compare it to other research and discuss the implications for management teams that want to transition from being merely good to truly great.
Build your power and influence: leading with integrity and trust
  • Leaders naturally wield power and influence at work – but not all understand and use those invaluable tools to constructively get things done. Power’s two-edged sword wounds the unskilled and clumsy attempts at influence melt faster than ice cream on a summer day. Moreover, leaders face many temptations to abuse their power and influence and can inflict great damage.
  • This session addresses the issue of exercising power and influence. You’ll see proven techniques to help your voice be heard and impact results. You’ll gain knowledge about how to identify strengths that build personal power and significant influence at work, even when you don’t have formal authority. You’ll learn the risks and consequences of misusing power and influence and why “winning” so often really means losing.
Ten tips for profit improvement
  • When a company experiences poor financial performance, the financial person is often the first to go. Whether times are good or bad, asking the tough questions and making sure the organization is efficient and stays efficient are part of the financial manager’s job. Proactive efforts by financial management can prevent the need to “catch up.” This session provides 10 techniques for improving your company’s bottom line.
Change management: lead improvement effectively
  • Why is change so difficult? Many organizations struggle to improve because they fail to effectively deal with the people issues of change management. This seminar will show participants how to deal with individual resistance to change and cultural inertia that prevent an organization from reaching its goals.

Prerequisites

None

Advance Preparation

None
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Richard Karwic

Richard A. Karwic, M.B.A.
Executive Education, Inc.

Richard A. Karwic, MBA, is a management consultant with over 40 years of relevant financial and managerial experience. In addition to 15 years of broad-based management consulting, he has over 15 years of experience as Chief Financial Officer for several diverse businesses in a wide variety of industries. He has worked in over 100 businesses, including several divisions of well-known Fortune 500 companies. Richard lives in Wethersfield, Connecticut.

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