Start Date: 11/5/2020 8:30 AM CST
End Date: 11/5/2020 4:00 PM CST
Venue Name: MCA Knowledge Center Location:
10955 Lowell Avenue, Suite 1050
Overland Park, KS United States 66210
Space is limited! Register Early!
Fundamental Financial Management for the Mechanical Contractor
Participants will actively explore the financial drivers of the mechanical contracting industry. This is a hands-on workshop focusses on both service and construction fundamentals. Attendees will learn how work at the ground level impacts upstream financial reports and the company’s ability to implement identified strategies for growth and performance. The group will work on identifying and calculating revenues and margins at all levels of the organization. A portion of the workshop will be spent working with each other discovering how everyone in the organization has an impact on overall company performance.
This program is designed for any employee in the mechanical contracting industry.
After completing this seminar, participants will be able to:
- Analyze the financial difference between construction and service businesses.
- Calculate earned revenue for both construction and service sides of the business.
- Identify key project indicators and manage impacts to the project and company financials.
- Explain why key financial indicators matter and how project and service performance directly impacts inward and outward facing reports.
- Identify how project and service performance impacts key financial statements and the company’s ability to manage growth and recession.
- Explain how companies achieve long term financial stability by aligning company goals and long term financial strategies.
$300 Signatory Members
$300 Signatory Non-Members
$350 Associate Members
Lunch is provided. Full-day seminar 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
is a highly experienced executive that offers management and training solutions for the whole company. As a consultant, Leah brings her hands-on experience in finance, risk management, human resources, operations, and strategic planning to companies seeking a unique approach in preparing their company and employees to push to the forefront of their industry. Leah assists companies in setting visionary, challenging, and realistic growth goals and sets a detailed path to success. Having a bachelor degree in economics from Washington State University and an MBA from Seattle Pacific University, Leah has been able to combine her education and work experience to enable her to assist clients in tying it all together.
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Event Duration: Up to 4 Hours
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