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An Interactive 10-Day Training Course

The Oxford Advanced Finance Leaders Programme

Team Leadership, Time Management, Investments Analysis and Business Performance

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09 Jan - 20 Jan 2023

London

$11,900

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Course Introduction

The 10-day, The Oxford Advanced Finance Leaders Programme brings together some of the most important areas of management, leadership, and financial management: Mastering People Management & Team Leadership Skills, and Financial Analysis, Planning and Control.

It will help business professionals:

  • Stand back from the detail of their everyday specialism and appreciate the bigger picture required of management roles
  • Apply effective people management skills confidently
  • Use the financial techniques of planning and control
  • Improve performance from the use of the tools of financial analysis
  • Preparation financial projection models to determine the financing needs of the business

Modules

This course is split in two modules:

Module 1: Mastering People Management & Team Leadership

Module 2: Financial Analysis, Planning & Control

Each module is structured and can be taken as a stand-alone training course; however, delegates will maximise their benefits by taking Module 1 and 2 back-to-back as a 2-week training course.

Objectives

By the end of this Oxford Management Centre training course, delegates will be able to:

  • Understand their role as manager and leader
  • Establish clear objectives and standards of performance for their team
  • Manage their workload using effective prioritisation, delegation, and information management techniques
  • Maximize their influencing skills
  • Develop and leverage the capabilities of team members

Training Methodology

The management and leadership elements of this Oxford Management Centre training course use a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual exercises, mini case studies, role plays and syndicate discussions.

The financial elements The Oxford Advanced Finance Leaders Programme include numerous practical examples and real-life illustrations. The training course methodology combines presentations, discussions, team exercises and case studies. The emphasis is on gaining the theoretical knowledge and practical application of all the topics covered.

Organisational Impact

  • Managers who have shared and practised different ways of performing the key leadership functions offer increased self-awareness, flexibility, and confidence
  • Able to stand back from the everyday detail and focus on longer-term organisational needs secure in the knowledge that their team are competent and motivated to deal with operational tasks
  • An increase in the ability of their managers to understand and analyse the key financial statements
  • Anticipate the financial factors that form the basis of strategic decision-making, which should ultimately result in better planning, and improved company performance
  • All the topics in this training course are considered in the context of maximisation of shareholder wealth, which is the primary objective of all commercial organisations

Personal Impact

  • Delegates will be exposed to a range of different approaches to leadership and management practice, allowing them to select those most suitable for their situation and personal style
  • Delegates will have the chance to experiment with key techniques before applying them in the workplace and will help them build the confidence to move beyond traditional assumptions about the ‘right’ way to manage
  • Delegates will have the opportunity to broaden their financial knowledge to enable them to develop and manage the financial aspects of their role more effectively and improve performance
  • Delegates will acquire the ability, when involved in decisions about investment, operations, or financing, to choose the most appropriate tools from the wide variety of financial techniques available to provide a quantitative analysis
  • Delegates should leave the training course with a better understanding of the financial tools and techniques that support an organisation’s planning and control, with regard to their own departments or business units, as well as their companies

Who should attend?

  • Professionals who are in charge of teams and/or departments
  • Business Professionals from sales and marketing
  • Operations, Engineering, Planning
  • Project Management, Logistics and Procurement Professionals
  • Human Resources and other Non-financial Areas
  • Accountants
  • Financial Analysts
  • Auditors
  • Financial Personnel and Senior Finance Professionals who require an update or a refresher in the topics covered
  • Professionals who want to better understand the financial aspects of their roles

Course outline

Module 1: Mastering People Management and Team Leadership

DAY 1

Understanding Your Role

  • Leader or manager?
  • Self-perception
  • Beyond the job description: Finding out what your organisation requires of you
  • Balancing conflicting stakeholder demands
  • Understanding the nature of change
  • A model for implementing change

DAY 2

Personal Effectiveness, Time Management and Delegation

  • Understanding yourself and your organisational environment
  • Outcome orientation
  • Setting personal and team objectives
  • Managing performance
  • Finding and using time effectively
  • A model for effective delegation

DAY 3

Communication, Influence and Conflict Management

  • Channels of communication
  • Effective listening skills
  • Emotions and rapport
  • Persuasion and negotiation: The keys to personal influence
  • Managing conflict assertively

DAY 4

Team Building, People Management and Motivation

  • How high-performing teams work?
  • Identifying team roles
  • Teams in practice: Team building exercise
  • Motivation and reward
  • Building and sharing a vision
  • Different approaches to leadership

DAY 5

Enhancing Team Performance through Coaching and Development

  • How people learn?
  • Coaching for personal and team growth
  • Feedback skills
  • Development planning
  • Next steps

 

Module 2: Financial Analysis, Planning and Control

DAY 6

The Challenge of Financial Economic Decision-Making

  • The practice of financial / economic analysis
  • The value-creating company
  • Corporate value and shareholder value
  • A dynamic perspective of business
  • The agency problem and corporate governance
  • What information and data to use?
  • The nature of financial statements
  • The context of financial analysis and decision-making

DAY 7

Assessment of Business Performance

  • Ratio analysis and business performance
  • Management’s point of view
  • Owners’ point of view
  • Lenders’ point of view
  • Ratios as a system – Pyramids of ratios
  • Integration of financial performance analysis
  • Economic value added (EVA)
  • Predicting financial distress

DAY 8

Projection of Financial Requirements

  • Interrelationship of financial projections
  • Operating budgets
  • Standard costing and variance analysis
  • Cash forecasts and cash budgets
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Dynamics and growth of the business system
  • Operating leverage
  • Financial growth plans
  • Financial modelling

DAY 9

Analysis of Investment Decisions

  • Applying time-adjusted measures
  • Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
  • Strategic perspective
  • EVA and NPV
  • Refinements of investment analysis
  • Equivalent Annual Cost (EAC)
  • Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)
  • Sensitivity analysis, scenario analysis, simulation, and NPV break-even
  • Dealing with risk and changing circumstances

DAY 10

Valuation and Business Performance

  • Managing for shareholder value
  • Shareholder value creation in perspective
  • Evolution of value-based methodologies
  • Creating value in restructuring and combinations
  • Financial strategy in acquisitions
  • Business valuation
  • Business restructuring and reorganisations
  • Management Buy Outs (MBOs) and Management Buy Ins (MBIs)

Certificate

Oxford Management Centre Certificate will be provided to delegates who successfully completed the training course.

Accreditation

All Training Courses delivered by Oxford Management by default are eligible for CPE Credit.

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