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Getting Staff on Board With The Budget

Getting staff on board with the budget

Seminar Brief

Effective communication of financial information is vital for School Business Leaders. In this session, discover practical and insightful tips on managing the communication of budget-related matters to staff. Whether you're familiar with financial strategy or a novice in handling budgets, this seminar offers guidance on presenting financial positions, communicating budget reports, and setting budget processes. Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of effectively communicating financial information to staff and stakeholders.

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In this seminar Clare will explore: 

•    Why it is important to share information about budgets with the school community
•    practical insights into effectively communicating financial information to staff, enhancing financial literacy across your school community.
•    how to engage staff and stakeholders in budget-related matters, fostering transparency and accountability within your school.

Take home points:

•    Techniques for presenting financial positions and communicating budget reports effectively.
•    Strategies for engaging staff and stakeholders in budget-related matters to foster transparency and accountability.
•    Insights into enhancing financial literacy across your school community.

This session is for:

Headteachers (without SBMs), SBMs and other finance staff

Clare skinner

business manager & cfo

About the speaker:

Clare Skinner is the Business Manager at Kings Norton Girls’ School & Sixth Form, a single academy trust in Birmingham. She has worked in education as an SBP since July 2013 and comes from a business banking and food/fashion retail management background. Clare has a business degree, has a Level 5 DSBM and recently achieved her CIFPA/ISBL Level 7 Diploma in School Financial & Operational Leadership. Clare has extensive experience in financial and budget management, HR, estates, H&S and GDPR and feels passionately about sharing knowledge with and supporting the SBP community. In her spare time, Clare is a member of small primary MAT in Worcestershire, tries to get to the gym 3-4 times per week and relaxes with a glass (or three) of red!

This session can be attended at:
EdExec LIVE South

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