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Finance for Non-Financial Managers

This two-day program is designed for those in decision-making roles and those who seek to improve their understanding of finance.


As a manager, you are responsible for regularly making decisions that affect your company’s financial performance. Understanding the financial implications of those decisions can have a dramatic effect on the bottom line, benefitting not just your team, business unit, and organization, but also your career. 

Designed for leaders in an organization to help increase financial acumen, this program provides a foundation in finance and accounting principles. You will learn to use the tools, concepts, and techniques to make informed financial decisions that impact your organization’s results today and in the future. This program will also provide a framework for interpreting and leveraging financial data and information. 

This program is designed so that you will return to your organization and have the skillset and knowledge to analyze and utilize financial data and participate in key business making decisions. The program will enhance your financial skillset through lecture materials and relevant real-world case studies. 


Gregg Henry has over 20 years of experience working in a variety of financial management roles across a diverse set of industries and organizations. He has worked in higher education and for publicly and privately held manufacturing and distribution companies, and has seen the numerous aspects of financial management from different perspectives. Gregg has an undergraduate degree in Business Logistics from Penn State University and an MBA from Lehigh University.

Who Should Attend?

  • Current and future company leaders in decision-making roles
  • Leaders who have been identified as high-potentials
  • Individuals who seek to improve their understanding of finance

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