Driving Strategy as a Finance Leader

The role of Finance Director and CFO is changing. There’s a recognition of the unique, data-led insight a Finance Leader can bring to strategic planning and formation of a company strategy. Much has been written about the importance of becoming this heralded figure within a company, but not enough has been said about how to practically do it.

In this webinar we show you exactly what you need to do to meet your potential as a strategic leader, and outline best practice for leading strategy formation and managing execution.

You will learn:

  • About the increasing trend for FDs and CFOs to drive company strategy
  • Best practice, practical ways to run strategy planning
  • The best tools and techniques to use
  • Exactly what a CEO needs from a Strategic CFO
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René Moolenaar

Assistant Professor in Strategy at University of Sussex Business School and CFO, Crunch

René Moolenaar is a highly experienced CFO, board advisor and prominent academic in the field of marketing and strategy. René is the Chief Financial Officer at Crunch, an online accountancy software and service provider. Alongside that role, René is the Assistant Professor in Strategy at the University of Sussex Business School and holds a number of Board positions. His experience ranges from engineering and manufacturing, media, professional services, education and property.

Tom Ricca-McCarthy

Co-Founder, Lucidity

Co-Founder of Lucidity, Tom is an experienced CEO and President of multiple software businesses, operating globally with many millions in revenue. He has achieved recognition in The Times SME Fastrack for International Growth and 4 years in the Times Top 100 SMEs. He is a non-executive at a number of businesses and a Mentor at a growth fund advising early stage technology businesses on growth. Tom is highly experienced in leading turnaround and growth. He is also a published author with Oxford University Press.