With May finally upon us, we have so many great events to anticipate in the month ahead, including our 2016 CFO Talent Show. Here’s a look at our upcoming chapter programs, all designed with your business needs in mind:
The Habits Of Highly Successful CFOs
Tuesday, May 10 @ 7:45 am
Jeffer, Mangels Butler, & Mitchell, LLP, 3 Park Plaza, Irvine
Presented by The Orange County CFO Leadership Council
Come and learn what our area experts advise us about the role of today’s CFO and find out how it has dramatically evolved over the past several years. In addition to discussing the traits, characteristics, and styles that make an outstanding CFO, our panelists will offer their advice on keys to success in an ever-changing corporate environment. This program is one of our most popular and always sells out quickly, so register today.
Path To Cash
Tuesday, May 10 @ 8:00 am
KPMG, 51 JFK Parkway, Short Hills, New Jersey
Presented by The New Jersey CFO Leadership Council
What sources of capital are available in today’s marketplace to help your company grow and expand its operations? Join us for this informative panel and get some expert tips on evaluating terms and conditions, as well as insight into the negotiation and acceptance process. Reserve your ticket now.
Tuesday, May 10 @ 5:15 pm
Jeffer, Mangels, Butler, & Mitchell, 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
Presented by The Los Angeles CFO Leadership Council
How should you contend with the possibility of internet-based attacks on your company? Come and learn what our computer and technology experts advise. Topics of discussion include improving your security, as well as future exposure threats to consider. This program is one of our most popular and space is limited, so register today!
The VC Investor Approach
Wednesday, May 11 @ 8:30 a.m.
Goodwin Procter, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York City
Presented by The NYC CFO Leadership Council
Get the inside scoop on the venture capital investment process. Discussion topics range from choosing the best investors to post investment scenarios and priorities. Reserve your ticket today and join us for this not to be missed program.
Building A High Performance Finance Team
Thursday, May 12 @ 7:15 am
KPMG, 4747 Executive Drive, San Diego
Presented by The San Diego CFO Leadership Council
Building a high performing finance team is crucial for success. But, with today’s tight job market, finding and retaining the best resources can be very challenging. So, what’s the key to recruiting and motivating a talented and diverse work group? Join us and discover the secrets to success. Register now and take advantage of this great learning opportunity.
Talent Management – Working Across The Generations
Thursday, May 12 @ 7:30 am
Ballard Spahr LLP, 1735 Market Street, Philadelphia
Presented by The Philadelphia CFO Leadership Council
With such different needs and priorities among today’s multi-generational work force, many CFOs are now faced with the constant challenges of balancing an organizational environment that meets the expectations of both millennials and older, more experienced workers. In addition, with the current economic climate, employees have a variety of career options available to them and, as a result, creating and maintaining a winning team can present many obstacles. So, what’s the best way to recruit, motivate, and retain high performing teams while bridging the generation gap? Register today and get some great insight from our experts.
Working In The New Tech Economy
Tuesday, May 17 @ 7:30 am
The River Club, One Independent Drive, Jacksonville
Presented by The Jacksonville CFO Leadership Council
What happens when you don’t invest in technology and how does it affect your bottom line? What technologies better connect us as global companies? What can you expect in a deployment process? How do you measure ROI? These are just a few of the questions that will be addressed in this informative panel discussion. Reserve your ticket today and discover the latest updates in the rapidly emerging high tech world.
Lessons From A Former FBI Hostage Negotiator
Tuesday, May 17 @ 6:30pm
KPMG, 1801 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C.
Presented by The Washington, D.C. CFO Leadership Council
Successfully negotiating in a highly stressful environment presents many challenges and sometimes, when circumstances don’t allow for compromise, it can seem like a losing battle. So, what kinds of strategies are needed to ensure positive results? This program has your answer. Join us and take advantage of the chance to learn from the advice and guidance of a former FBI crisis/hostage negotiator. Register today!
CFO Communications…Getting Beyond Being The ‘No’ Person
Thursday, May 19 @ 7:30 am
The Buckhead Club, 3344 Peachtree Road, Atlanta
Presented by The Atlanta CFO Leadership Council
Historically, CFOs have been stereotyped as the “no” stamp desk. However, as the expectation of this role transitions beyond the confines of number reporting, new strategic challenges are now being presented. Join us for our monthly breakfast and find out how you can effectively serve as a major player in setting and attaining organizational goals and objectives. Reserve your ticket now.
Stories From The Edge: Managing A Downturn
Thursday, May 19 @ 7:30 am
515 Post Oak Boulevard, Houston
Presented by The Houston CFO Leadership Council
Focusing on the aftermath of a company downturn, this program will advise you on most effective ways to get back on track as quickly as possible while maintaining “the show must go on” philosophy throughout your organization during tough economic times. This speaker event is a must for everyone. Register today!
And, if you have not done so already, we encourage you to take a look at our CFO Talent Show agenda. Space is filling quickly, thus, we urge you to register now. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us with general comments and questions. We would love to hear from you!