Our training gives people a big picture understanding of the aims and needs of their organisation

We Empower People

Insight into information

Power can only be effectively used when people have an understanding the drivers of success

We provide an understanding of the aims of the organisation, the strategic choices faced and the measures of success available

We highlight their contribution and that of their colleagues to the whole

We remove the silo mentality from people and make them active contributors

Ultimately we empower staff to ensure that the business survives and thrives

We Improve Commercial Awareness

Comprehending competition and sales strategies

  • Creating a sustainable sales strategy
  • The importance of marketing and business development
  • Identifying competitors and their strategies
  • The value of market research



  • Sources of market information
  • Customer and client satisfaction
  • Pricing in a competitive market
  • Adding value to clients and customers


We Create Financial Understanding
Insight into all matters monetary and accounting

  • What is the Balance Sheet (statement of financial position) and what does it tell us about the business?
  • What is the Profit or Loss (income statement) and what does this tell us about the performance of the business?
  • The difference between profit and cash –. Why is there a difference and why does it matter?
  • How can each department contribute towards improved cash flow?
  • How is financial performance measured and what do the KPIs tell us?
  • How to make key financial decisions: setting selling prices, evaluating investment opportunities and resource planning

We Deliver Business Acumen

Managing manpower and regulating resources


Efficiency and performance

Motivation levels

Reducing staff turnover

How to incentivise staff


The importance of strategy

Approaches, both theoretical and practical

Evaluation of strategies

Risk Management:

Definitions of risk

Types of risk

Sources of risk

Risk management and reduction

Stock, wip, working capital:

Policies on stock holding and giving credit

The costs and other implications of policies

Reduction of working capital (and lock-up)

Budgetary and cost control

Putting Finance into plain English