Leadership Development Seminars and ecq-based Readings

Colorado State University

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Colorado State University

Short Courses in Financial Management


  • Fundamentals of Financial Management for Professionals:  This workshop explains the time value of money applications and financial statement analysis for professionals.  (One 4 hour session)

  • Capital Budgeting Techniques:  An examination of project analysis for decision making that includes net present value, internal rate of return, and modified internal rate of return.  (One 4 hour session for individuals who have taken Fundamentals of Financial Management)

  • Real Options:  A class designed for individuals with a background in capital budgeting that covers real option terminology, valuation techniques, and application to decision making.  (One 4 hour session)

  • Securities Valuation:  An exploration of the basics of stock and bond evaluation for individuals who have had a class in the fundamentals of financial management.  (One 4 hour session)

  • Portfolio Management:  The workshop focuses upon the principles of diversification and asset allocation.  (One 4 hour session for individuals who have taken a class in securities valuation)

  • Options and Futures:  A class on the operation of the options and future markets, the valuation of derivative securities, and hedging applications for business and securities investors.  (One 4 hour session for individuals who have had a class or background in securities valuation)

For more information on these courses please contact: (970) 491-6265 jim.francis@business.colostate.edu
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Dartmouth College

The Strategic Financial Leadership (SFLP) Program

Where Finance Meets Strategy

The Strategic Financial Leadership Program (SFLP) provides executives with the tools to link strategy, leadership, and financial decision-making to long-term value creation. SFLP is designed specifically for senior financial executives and their high potential financial staff who are increasingly involved in developing, communicating and leading strategy.

Program Topics include:

  • The Role of Financial Leadership

  • Recasting Financial Statements for Value Creation

  • Developing a Strategic Mindset

  • Strategic Challenges in Top Management Teams

  • Strategic Decision Making

  • Why Smart Executives Fail

  • Understanding Situational Leadership/Broadening Leadership Styles

  • Leadership and Change

  • Influence without Authority

  • Communicating Strategically

  • Connecting Strategy to Constituents

  • Using Corporate Communications to Enhance Reputation

  • Leadership and Personal Responsibility

  • Leading in a Crisis

  • Assessing and Managing Risk

  • Measuring Strategic Performance

  • Preprogram Leadership Assessment and Peer Coaching

SFLP is an opportunity to step outside your organization, a time to reflect in an unparalleled, distraction-free learning environment in a region of spectacular natural beauty.

Participant Profile: senior financial executives and their high potential financial staff

2013 Session Dates: May 12-17, 2013

Location: Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire

Program Fee: $11,000 (includes tuition, all program materials, leadership assessments, most meals and accommodations on the Dartmouth College campus).

Application: Click here to access the SFLP application

Web Address: http://exec.tuck.dartmouth.edu/programs/open-programs/strategic-financial-leadership-program

Contact: Valerie Davio (603) 646-2839
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