Best sellers pack (select 5 courses from our top 10 sellers)

Create your own pack of five CPD training courses from our top 10 bestselling finance and business courses.

Courses have a running time of up to 90 minutes and are available to view for 12 months from the date of purchase and can be viewed as many times as you wish in those 12 months.

Price (excludes VAT): £99.00

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Professionals today are called upon to demonstrate their ability to be skilful and flexible, irrespective of their position, in how they influence others. As organisations become less formal in their power structures, and flatter and more flexible in their systems of governance, there is an even greater need for finance professionals to have the ability to influence other people.

During this one hour course, you will gain valuable insights into their strengths as well as development areas to become consummate influencers. By creating a greater awareness of the assets and skills required to effectively influence, participants can develop the strength, the focus, and the interpersonal flexibility required of great influencers.

Influence 1

Imagine being able confidently to express your opinion, stand up for yourself, say 'no' when you need to and say what you mean and mean what you say. How much more effective and successful would you be? How much easier would your life be? Becoming more assertive can be immensely beneficial to everyone and can make you feel more confident, enhance your self-esteem, increase your ability to deal with difficult people and stressful situations, as well as making you happier, healthier and more professional.

Communication 1

This course focuses on the need for the finance function, and accountants in particular, to have a broader understanding of the needs of operational management. It concentrates on being able to communicate more effectively, recognising our personality traits and how we are perceived by others and to gain more influence through a mutual understanding the linkage between financial outcomes and value creation.

Management reporting and analysis 1.5

This course is part of a series of courses dealing with accounting under FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

The course looks at the requirements of Section 9 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements and Section 19 Business Combinations. It first considers the requirement for consolidation and the alternative consolidation methods available. It then considers key aspects of the acquisition method (notably the fair value exercise and calculation of and accounting for goodwill), and concludes by considering the treatment of overseas subsidiaries.

Financial accounting and reporting 1

This course is part of a series dealing with accounting under FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland. It considers the requirements of section 18 intangible assets other than goodwill and part of section 19 covering goodwill.

The course considers the initial recognition and subsequent accounting for intangible assets such as software and development costs, and looks at the differences in treatment dependent on whether intangibles are internally generated, separately purchased, or acquired in a business combination.

It then looks at the accounting for goodwill, both positive and negative.

Financial accounting and reporting 1

This course refreshes your knowledge of the key accounting requirements of FRS 102. It examines key accounting rules, practical challenges and emerging issues in relation to presentation and structure of the financial statements, a principles based approach and specific accounting rules including pensions, foreign exchange, revenue recognition, leases and financial instruments.

Financial accounting and reporting 1

This course is part of a series dealing with accounting under FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland. It primarily considers the requirements of section 17 property, plant and equipment and section 16 investment property, but also includes elements of section 25 borrowing costs and section 27 impairment of assets.

It considers all aspects of the accounting for property, plant and equipment from initial recognition to subsequent accounting as well as the nature of and accounting for investment properties.

Financial accounting and reporting 1

Empirical evidence suggests that for many organisations strategies often fail to achieve the desired outcomes that an organisation seeks. Much of this can be attributed to the implementation of strategic initiatives.

Strategy 1.5

This course uses the latest thinking from Harvard Business School to achieve sustainable negotiated agreements that satisfy all parties at the table, using powerful tools to deal with the most complex of multi-party negotiations.

Negotiation and decision making 1

For professionals wanting to know how to use both halves of their brain to get more from it, think both logically and strategically, and keep one step ahead of colleagues.

Negotiation and decision making 1

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