Financial Acumen for Women

Course Duration: 10 Hours | Research has revealed that 59% of working women do not make their financial decisions. Participation of women in financial decisions, whether at work or home is crucial. Research also shows that many women feel intimidated by financial decisions probably as a result of social conditioning. This has implications on the career progress of women into senior roles or entrepreneurship. Join this course and break stereotypes as our objective is not make you accountants or finance professionals, but build awareness of finance for take better decisions.
Srinivasa Addepalli · December 12, 2022

What will you learn?

  1. Interpret Financial Statements
    Learn how to assess the financial health of a firm from the P&L and Balance Sheet
  2. Ratio Analysis
    Key ratios to gain insights into a company’s strategy, operational efficiency, and profitability
  3. ROI focus
    Evaluate business decisions from the lens of ROI and value creation
  4. Investment Decisions
    Make personal and business financial decisions with ease
How will this program help?
  1. Understand the fundamental principles of financial management and how they apply to your role in the organization.
  2. Learn how to evaluate financial statements and make informed decisions based on the data presented.
  3. Develop the skills necessary to effectively manage your personal and professional finances, including planning, investing, and cashflow management.
  4. Gaining knowledge about various financial products and services, including insurance, loans, and credit cards, and how to use them wisely.

About Instructor

Srinivasa Addepalli

CEO, GlobalGyan. Srini has been a visiting faculty in the strategy area at leading Indian b-schools including IIM Ahmedabad, NMIMS, TAPMI, IIM Nagpur, and IIT Hyderabad. Srini’s teaching is focused on the areas of business acumen. He works with corporate management teams in the areas of strategic thinking, commercial acumen, M&A and integration, ethics & values, innovation, and leadership communication. Srini has (co-)authored several case studies, which have been published by ISB/HBSP, IIMA and Ivey. His case on business ethics was the Overall Winner at the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition 2014. Earlier, Srini was Chief Strategy Officer at Tata Communications, a global provider of enterprise and wholesale telecommunication services.

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Course Includes

  • 18 Lessons
  • 14 Quizzes