Financial Presentations - How to Make Them More Effective
|Event:||Financial Presentations - How to Make Them More Effective|
As financial professionals we are often responsible for presenting financial information in a formal manner. These presentations often include complex terminology, tables, charts, and confusing figures. This makes financial presentations difficult to develop and difficult for the audience to understand (especially non-financial audiences). This session will focus on how to make your financial presentation slides work for you, not against you, during your professional presentations.
Registration closes on Friday October 4, 2013. Substitutions only if you cancel your registration after the deadline. Members will responsible for the full event fee for late cancellation or no show.
Anil Dilawri is the Managing Director of Save it like Sully - a professional presentation training and coaching company. Anil has worked with many individual leaders and groups from various industries including technology, oil & gas, financial services, healthcare, industry associations, and mining. Prior to Save it like Sully Anil held senior positions in research & development, product marketing, communications, and consulting with Hill & Knowlton Canada, March Networks, and Cognos Inc. (now IBM).
Certificates of attendance will be available via email, unless otherwise stated, after the session and should be kept as evidence of the 2 hours of verifiable CPD under the ACCA CPD Program.
|Date:||09 Oct 2013|
|End date:||09 Oct 2013|
|Duration:||12:00 pm ET|
|Venue:||Mandarin Ogilvie Restaurant
1137 Ogilvie Road (at Cummings)
Hwy 417 St. Laurent Blvd. Exit
|Ottawa, Ontario K1J 1K9|
|Type of Event:||Presentation & Lunch|
|Cost:||Members - $30 (pay at door)|
|Booking:||Event outline & booking information|
*CPD Units are only verifiable if the event attended provides skills and/or knowledge relevant to your job or career aspirations.
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