NYSAE Webinar Series: Expense Control and Saving

When:  Nov 14, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)
NYSAE Webinar Series : Expense Control and Saving Webinar

NYSAE Webinar Series:
Expense Control and Saving Webinar

Even if you run a financially tight ship, there’s a chance that you have some small leaks. Saving money to reach financial goals or to re-invest in the organization and its mission is an important focus for every executive. Sometimes expenses can be cut by saving on direct costs such as finding more cost-effective methods to purchase needed goods or services. Other times, an organization can save money by focusing on indirect costs such as hours an employee spends working on a project or the cost of fliers spent on marketing an event.

In this webinar, attendees will learn how to:

  • Identify potential leaks in their spending
  • Use techniques for plugging holes in their finances
  • Evaluate what programs and services may be wasteful
  • Have a regular evaluation of finances designed to save money
  • and More...

Plugging even the smallest holes will put you in a better financial position, as those drops of water add up. This webinar will preview several CFO’s who will share methods that they have used to save money. Please join us to share cost saving strategies!

Who Should Attend

This webinar is intended for those who are responsible for helping their organizations or companies to find cost savings while continuing to provide a high level of service. CEOs, COOs, CFOs, Office Managers, and more are welcome to attend.

Members: Free  |  Non-Members: $20
November 14, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Online Instructions:
Register for this webinar online. Once we receive your registration, you will be added to GoToWebinar and will receive your personal login details from that system.




Presenters
LisaS.jpgLisa W. Spiegel, Esq.

Senior Managing Director of Legal Education, 
New Jersey State Bar Association
New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education


Lisa is an accomplished financial strategist who creates and manages a multi-million dollar budget that supports the education and outreach mission of an award-winning organization. Highly skilled manager who streamlines operations to maximize profitability. Expert in building a curriculum consisting of hundreds of profitable, engaging events each year through collaborating with legislators, former governors, judges, and top New Jersey lawyers.

Bob MadsenBob Madsen

Director Support Service & Chief Financial Officer,
Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America


Bob supports 5,000 Scouting Volunteers to deliver the Scouting program to over 47,000 young men and women throughout the City of New York. He provides leadership to the council’s Outdoor Programs (camping), council wide programing, office operations, registration, legal matters. He serves as the council's Chief Financial Officer ensuring the fiscal stability and growth of the council with leadership responsibilities for accounting insurance and capital purchasing and construction.

Your Webinar Host

denman.jpgDenman Wall

Sr. Director of Interactive Services, Dolci Interactive

NYSAE webinars are hosted by Denman Wall, Sr. Director of Interactive Services at Dolci Interactive. In his role at Dolci Interactive, Denman provides marketing, engagement, and IT services to association and non-profit clients including NYSAE.




CAE_LOGO.jpgAs a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 1 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.



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