Training for the Non-Financial Manager
Hunt makes accounting easier to understand with
seminars customized to
meet the individual needs of the client. Each seminar
can be done as a half-day or a full day course. The
courses can be combined into a longer workshop. Any
topic can also be broken down into a keynote address
with some discussion on the areas of focus.
seminars are designed to help managers:
and explain the foreign language of accounting so
that managers can better understand the financial
reports for which they are responsible
better understand where the numbers that land on
their reports are coming from
analyze financial data, help them to see what is
important on a report and understand how to zoom
in on those items that are most important
understand how to better manage the financial resources
of their departments
how to build matrixes that work best for them
present financial data/information to a committee
for the best results
with tools to budgeting (a separate workshop)
see the purpose of budgeting and ways to make the
budgeting a dynamic workable and worthwhile tool.
will address problems experienced in many operations:
that waste time because few people understand what
is indicated by the accounting and what they are
reading on reports
Confusion over how to best manage the resources
of a department or even understanding what those
Feeling overwhelmed by paperwork and reports without
a clear understanding of what each one provides.
Most managers have found one or two numbers on a
report that they understand and that is all they
A lack of buy-in to the budgets and the financial
information provided to managers
general consensus that all these reports are a waste
Alisa can help YOUR managers:
a simple no-nonsense straight forward explanation of
what accounting is all about. After years of training
managers, Alisa knows what the issues are, and how confusing
the terminology can be. This is why she's developed
comprehensive plain English interpretations
of the terms.
with hearing the explanations, trainees do a lot of
hands-on work to practice their new
skills and knowledge. They build Financial statements
from scratch using very simple companies. This allows
them to see how the whole process comes together.
will analyze a simple company, then analyze the organization
she is training to see what has occurred over a period
of time, (weeks, months, years), depending upon the
organization's situation. She will walk through with
them what an accountant's or investor's thought processes
are and why we look at what we do.
are trained to identify the keys in their own reports,
and how to use them to improve the financial
management of their areas.
will help them to understand the best way to conduct
themselves at a financial meeting, to make them effective
and thorough. She will help them to see how
their actions in their areas affects what happens
in the rest of the organization.
work hard in this workshop and it can hurt, but Alisa
has always had positive feedback as to the effectiveness
of the classes, and the fun that attendees have enjoyed
while learning the information.