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Great Professional Development Courses

In the fast-paced world of business, it’s important to stay up to date on the latest trends in one’s industry. Whether one is a CEO or an entry-level employee, there are countless online courses and seminars that can help propel one’s career forward. This article will discuss some courses for professionals to take to develop their skills and position themselves as leaders in their field.

Leading Through Disruption

This course is designed for those looking to learn how to lead in the 21st century. The biggest thing holding back leaders today is an inability to adapt quickly enough, or at all, to upcoming changes and disruptions. This course will help participants learn methodologies to identify trouble before it happens and implement necessary actions before becoming overwhelmed and falling behind in the marketplace.

Introduction to Information Security From ACI Learning

Information security is another significant topic for professionals to learn about, and this course provides a great primer. Participants will learn the basics of how cyber-attacks work and what types of attacks occur most frequently. Anyone who does this course will know the cybersecurity basics on protecting their personal and company data.

Financial and valuation Modeling Boot Camp from Wall Street Prep

There are countless skills one can learn to progress within their career, but there’s no doubt that financial and valuation modeling is an extremely valuable skill. This course will help participants gain the knowledge to effectively develop models for various types of business investments and apply accounting principles in real life.

Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

Offered by American Management Association, this course will help participants learn how to lead a team of employees from the very beginning effectively. This course covers recruitment, career development, performance appraisal, employee empowerment, and many more.

Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

AMA has been specializing in professional development courses for decades, and their Fundamentals of Finance course is one that professionals in all industries will benefit from. This class focuses on teaching participants how to understand various financial statements and how to analyze the information they provide so that everyone can be on the same page financially when it comes to company growth or decline. Anyone who attends this class can make smarter decisions that drive profitability.

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Paul Arena has held a New York city presence for over 30 years, where he leads a very successful career in business management. He began his career on one of the highest pedestals a professional can be on, working for New York Stock Exchange member firms. This gave him profound experience and taught him the importance of intellectual property, as it sets up multiple ways to make money outside of traditional earnings. As he progressed in his career, Paul took many other career opportunities and has now been the CEO of AIM Group since 1991. Since then, he has also gone after other successful business pursuits in addition to his primary CEO role. Given his impressive resume, Paul has been asked to be a public speaker on multiple occasions regarding technology, media and telecommunications. Visit PaulArena.com to learn more and stay updated with his blog.

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