As South Africa celebrates women's month in August, GIBS is proud to bring together leading business women across sectors in an open and supportive environment for sharing, learning and networking. They will exchange ideas, insights and experience with peers regarding the challenges of women leadership in corporate world today, their journey, how they are making an impact in their personal lives and in the business community. Experts will also be running mini workshops on cultural intelligence, deal making and personal branding.
Women leadership in the boardroom – Navigating, succeeding and influencing
Legal eagle – unleashing the potential and overcoming challenges
Making it in a male-dominated industry – challenges, opportunities, highs and lows
Advancing gender equality, transformation and sustainable business growth
Leadership, entrepreneurship and social innovation – making an impact for future today
Leading with cultural intelligence and diversity
Perfecting your art of negotiation and deal making
Building your personal brand and mastering networking skills
Ngao Motsei, GIBS Faculty
Polo Leteka Radebe, Chief Executive Officer, Identity Partners (best known as one of the 'Dragons' in reality show Dragons' Den)
Jennifer Stolp, Partner, Baker & McKenzie
Rachel Tladi, Founder & CEO, Uvuko Civils
Nangula Kauluma, Executive - Customer and Responsible Business, Mutual & Federal
Boitumelo Ntsoane, Founder & CEO, Afrilink Heathcare
Quinton Pretorius, CEO, Young & Able
Leigh Harrison, Partner, The Dealmaker Company
Paul Nyamuda, Psychologist & Executive Coach, Corporate Legends
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