"We believe in serving the lifetime financial needs of businesses (and their families)," said Jim Lally, president, Enterprise Financial Services Corp. "An important piece of our service is providing education on not only the best financial products and ways to manage money, but education on how business leaders can run successful companies. We thoughtfully choose the courses, instructors and class environment so business leaders leave the class newly equipped to make an immediate impact on their business performance."
The more than 40 courses address marketing, sales, financial management and leadership effectiveness. Classes are presented in three-hour segments and include tools and resources that attendees can immediately activate. Curriculum includes, Public Relations 101, Value Creation Through an Advisory Board, Labor and Employment: What Can I Expect from the New Administration?, Leading and Communicating with Style, What Banks Looks For and more.
For information on Enterprise University class offerings, view the Saint Louis and Kansas City course books for dates, descriptions and enrollment details.
Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC), with approximately $5 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise Bank & Trust operates 29 branch offices plus five limited-service facilities in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix metropolitan areas. EFSC offers a range of business and personal banking services, and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management, and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and non-profit organizations.
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