Webinar: Advancing Your Facilities Management Career

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 1:00pm

7 Principles to Gain More Influence and Make Your Voice Heard

Many facility managers come up through the technical, construction or engineering ranks. Becoming a manager, and a respected voice of expertise means meeting (and effectively communicating) with other department managers. While communication with all departments is important, the finance and accounting departments are the most vital for facility and asset managers to effectively accomplish their job--and navigate through advancement. This is why understanding and using their terminology and concepts is critical for your career success.

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Date and Time: This webinar was held on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Presenter: Paul W. Roberts, Facilities Software Expert at eSSETS

The term “accounting principles” may sound intimidating to technicians and engineers, but it shouldn’t. This webinar is designed to translate seven fundamental principles of accounting into terms the facility and asset manager can understand and use when communicating with your organization’s controller and CFO. You will learn the following:

  • The key terminology associated with each principle
  • How each principle directly applies to your role and its challenges
  • How to use these terms to score points when pitching and negotiating with finance

There are many more valuable lessons, but leaving the webinar with these three points, along with a copy of the eBook for reference, assures that attendees will get a great return-on-investment for their time.

This online session targets facilities and asset management professionals interested in learning how to build a bridge to finance and how to climb the ladder to facility management success. 

About the Presenter
Paul W. Roberts has been helping organizations with business productivity software, including CMMS solutions for the past 25 years. Prior to founding eSSETS Paul has been an analyst, programmer, support specialist, consultant, project manager, product manager and software company executive. For more information, connect with Paul on LinkedIn.