Running a business is difficult.
Accounting can add to the stress.


I provide training to help you:

  • Gain new insights into how your business generates profits
  • Confidently read your business’s balance sheet and income statement
  • Make better-informed business decisions
  • Develop the skills to confidently communicate about finance and accounting matters
  • Think more critically about finance
  • Understand how to keep useful records to help you achieve your goals

I provide training for:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Executives
  • Business managers (financial & non-Financial)
  • Accounting staff
  • Government employees
  • And anyone hungry to sharpen their financial knowledge

Three ways you and your team can receive this training:

Option 1 - Conference Room-Style Small Group of 12

This is my first recommendation. By discussing your specific goals for the training, this option provides a great interactive training environment where you and your team can ask questions and dialogue about the implications of accounting to your business and industry.

Option 2 - One-on-One

Even an experienced business professional can benefit from this training. Whether it’s explaining financial performance to the Board of Directors, talking to bankers about credit needs, or just better understanding where new financial rewards and risks lie in your business – I can provide one-on-one coaching to help clarify the often confusing world of accounting.

Option 3 - Large Group Seminars

Although doing this training with large groups does lose some of the interactive power of the training, this more lecture type training can be a great option to deliver the core elements of the Color Accounting framework. This option, similar to the options above, can be tailored to your team’s specific needs.

About the Training Curriculum:

  • Color Accounting is an internationally recognized curriculum endorsed by the Head of the Accounting Department at Harvard Business School, and is used by organizations like: Goldman Sachs, PWC, Unicef, Caterpillar, and The World Bank.
  • To learn more about the internationally acclaimed Color Accounting curriculum visit

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