In finance, we need to align ourselves with what the business has to achieve. There are growing expectations and demands on finance, at a time when we are under pressure, to show cost leadership and be more efficient. There’s a common movement throughout the finance profession to move from a ‘bean counting, information providing, transaction processing role’ to a ‘professional advisory and facilitating role’ where finance staff are seen as joint problem solvers. This seminar explores what’s needed to fully realise business partnering relationships.
A multi-booking discount is available for two or more bookings across any of the topics in the full Essentials CPD programme; icaew.com/essentialscpd so take a look at the full programme and book CPD for you, and your team, for the whole year.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Finance professionals working in business and finance professionals who want to gain a deeper understanding of stakeholders.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
- Understand close collaborative partnering and what good looks like
- Understand how customers define value
- Learn authentic partnering
- Learn how to create opportunities to gather customer feedback
- Learn how to jointly set expectations and test how they have been met
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