While CFOs across all organizations demonstrate strong financial acumen and functional expertise, the most successful CFOs acknowledge the need to leverage competencies beyond financial oversight that align with the tenets of their organization’s strategy, culture, and stakeholders.
Join us for "Secrets of Rockstar CFOs," where CFOLC Founder Jack McCullough will share his perspectives on how a CFO can deliver value for internal and external stakeholders.
- How and why the role of the CFO has evolved to a strategic and operational leader
- The inherent skills and proficiencies your executive team, board, and other key stakeholders expect you to possess from day one
- An overview of the new responsibilities the CFO role now oversees
- How a CFO can leverage a nimble strategic and operational mindset designed to deliver value in multiple organizational settings
- How to effectively partner across functions and up and down an organizational chart in any environment
- How strong CFO leadership can drive tangible value for business growth
- How to increase the influence of Finance across the business
President, CFO Leadership Council
Jack McCullough is a recognized thought leader in the field of financial leadership, with a career that has included CFO positions at 26 companies. He founded and is the president of the CFO Leadership Council, a global organization dedicated to empowering senior financial executives through innovative professional development programs and peer networking.
Jack recently published his first book, Secrets of Rockstar CFOs, which is based upon conversations with more than 40 of the world’s elite chief financial officers, form Silicon Valley startups to Fortune 50 multinationals. He is a Senior Contributor at Forbes.com where he writes a bi-monthly article for the Forbes Financial Network.
His other accomplishments include chairing the MIT Sloan CFO Summit, and creating the vision behind CFO Week, a one-of-a-kind learning and networking experience jointly executed by the CFO Leadership Council and MIT Sloan. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two teenage sons.