Posted by Anthony Curcio on 6/2/20 12:57 PM
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Summit’s Partner, Anthony Curcio, recently sat down for the second of three conversations with Alok Mathur, President of Global Project Finance Advisory Council, a global project finance advisory firm that has closed $125.4 billion in infrastructure-related finance transactions.
Mr. Mathur brings real insight into professional development and training for finance practitioners, which is critical to an effective credit shop.
Take a listen and let us know what you think.
In this discussion, we talk about the circle below. The circle represents the three pillars upon which a comprehensive training program should be based. The key to a successful Classroom Instruction program is a curriculum of courses with active input from employees to fill knowledge gaps in core topics, sectors, and soft skills. The key to successful Experience-Based Learning (job rotation) and Mentoring programs is organizational commitment.