Achieving Financial Management Goals
As a manager in a business or organisation, it is vital to be fully aware that there are usually financial consequences involved in every decision made and their impact could be either beneficial or detrimental.
In business, finance is the common language at the centre of activities so learning basic financial skills even as a non-financial manager assists in making sound decisions. When promoting decisions that have financial implications for a business or company, it is important to be fully aware of possible consequences. Apart from other core management elements, it is essential to understand what sets finance apart.
At UKZN’s Extended Learning Division, we offer a Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme which is designed to empower delegates to contribute with confidence to financial discussions when leading a team. It is vital to understand what goes into running a business and what it takes to gain a clear and concise perspective on company goals and financial circumstances.
The knowledge gained through this Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme will enable business executives and managers to make more informed decisions, helping mould them into well-rounded leaders with a progressive mindset. The programme is designed to empower delegates wanting to improve their financial literacy and assist them to function efficiently in business.
We are now offering a promotion for selected programmes. Register for the Finance for Non-Financial Managers programme, starting on 27 October and you will qualify for a 25% discount on the fee!
For more details on how you can take advantage of this offer, please click here, or for more information on the programme contact Nokwanda Mokoena at phone +27 31 260 4665 or email: MokoenaN@ukzn.ac.za.
Words: Nkosingiphile Ntshangase
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