MILES' FAVORITE TRAINING TOPICS
Specializing in finance, accounting and taxation, Miles is an excellent facilitator of public speaking, negotiating, general business management, decision making, systems design, and technical documentation training sessions.
Miles brings a remarkable ability to convey a clear understanding of the financial and planning arenas to his audiences of both professional accountants and nonfinancial managers. He teaches participants to understand the identification and deployment of resources through planning, coordination, communication, persuasion and adult learning techniques. Miles’ style of training is highly interactive and action-oriented. Participants interact in small groups to apply workshop theories to their own situations.
He challenges participants to break out of their paradigms and open up to different vantage points for analyzing and understanding organizations, systems, information and people. Miles, like all of our facilitators, has a reputation as a very high-energy trainer who inspires people to stretch their self-imposed limits and reach for higher degrees of excellence.
Miles Hutchinson is a Chartered Global Management Accountant, accomplished businessman consultant and professional trainer. His training sessions are designed to help audiences improve their technical and people skills. His goal is to help people enhance their value to themselves and their organizations.
Over the past 15 years, Mr. Hutchinson has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Ireland and the UK to deliver public and onsite training seminars and provided general business consulting.
University of Missouri
Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas State Society of CPAs
Patents and Publications
Author and Publisher: Accounting Policies and Procedures Software to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley using COSO and COBiT
Author: How to Tighten Accounting Controls and Procedures to Prevent Theft and Fraud
Co-author: Managing Property for Zero Defections, Urban Land, July, 1992
Co-Author: Understanding the Controller’s Job in Today’s Environment
Author: From Controller to CFO, U.S. Best Practices to Prepare the CFO for business in the 21st Century
Co-Author: Sales and Use Tax Law,
Co-Author: Financial Modeling and Forecasting Workshop