To contribute to shaping a new business society in Vietnam by developing leadership capacity,
professional capability and ethical standards for individuals, organizations and community.
Increased globalization and the complexity of today competitive business environment have demanded senior executives in Vietnam to acquire vital knowledge on leadership and management, and effective business practices to build capacity to tackle new challenges. Gaining such insights and tools is particularly essential to achieving company goals, sustain growth, and achieve better performance.
Understanding corporate finance for corporate leaders and managers is essential for leading successful businesses. Unlike other business professionals who have spent several years to master their knowledge of finance, managers often spend just a few weeks to learn financial principles through refresher or supplementary courses.
These days, corporate leaders and managers must understand modern accounting practices to effectively manage their businesses. Since leaders and managers often use accounting merely as a business tool, they do not need the level of expertise required by professionals who have spent up to eight years studying and mastering modern accounting practices.
Managers succeed or fail based on their people management skills. Getting staff to perform well requires a specific set of skills. This course deals with people management issues, using a fresh, modern and practical approach. You will be provided with practical advice on developing your own unique management style and skills to develop a results-driven team by improving and adapting your own skills so that you can achieve results through your own team members.
Tax is both an expense and a legal compliance for all enterprises and organizations in Vietnam. Any Director or leader of a company must understand how to find ways to save and comply with tax codes and laws. Although navigating through the complex tax system is a responsibility of the Director or CEO, most do not have a trained professional knowledge on tax and accounting.
What should be done to bring everyone in your organization on board to drive people’s performance and achievement for the common goals and ideals of your organization?
Why are people very successful in working as staff but not as a manager? It is said that “Holy spirit thanks to subordinates”, but why the “spirit” is still not “holy” when “subordinates” are enough? Those are only two out of many questions related to the abilities of “Middle Managers”. Leaders and middle managers in many companies are in trouble with them.