Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit 2017
The Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit 2017 features respected South African leadership figures and captains of industry. Our panel of guest speakers will explore the dynamic strands of leadership required for the future of Nelson Mandela Bay.
Speakers will explore, discuss and critically evaluate forward-thinking, responsible and visionary leadership that will create prosperity for the city and her communities.
Through the ideas, lessons, case studies and beliefs of leadership which our guest speakers have accrued through their journeys, we hope to arrive closer to reaching the goals which the conveners of Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit have set to achieve:
Celebrating, raising awareness and promoting the critical importance of leadership as the catalytic driver of growth and economic development in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Nurturing, developing and empowering existing and upcoming leaders of Nelson Mandela Bay.
Providing a platform of leadership knowledge exchange, dialogue and debate between Nelson Mandela Bay executives and respected South African leaders.
Creating an atlas of leadership issues, challenges and opportunities of Nelson Mandela Bay to arrive at shared vision of leadership for the city.
Inducing critical reflections on leadership to enthuse mechanisms of positive change required for the creation of a sustainable future.
This year, the organisers of the Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit has announced the following guest speaker for the 2017 event:
Sipho Mila Pityana, chairman of AngloGold Ashanti and Onelogix will discuss ethical leadership in times of questionable business and government conduct.
Brand Pretorius, former chairman and CEO of McCarthy Motor Holdings as well as McCarthy Retail Limited, will examine ethical; behaviour as a pre-requisite for effective leadership.
Skhumbuzo Macozoma, SANRAL’s newly appointed CEO, will explore the purpose of leadership and leading with purpose.
Lincoln Mali, Standard Bank’s Group Head of Card and Emerging Payments across Africa in Personal and Business Banking and author of the blog www.leadershipconversations.co.za, is also on the line-up of presenters.
Nosipho Damasane, chairwoman of the Richards Bay Coal Terminal and a non-Executive Director of JSE-listed WBHO, will discuss the impact of ethical leadership on organisational performance and employee behaviour.
Dr. Jeff Govender, owner and MD of the Famhealth Medipark in Gelvandale PE, The Herald Citizen of the Year (2011) winner in Sustainable Development and board member of the Northern Areas Development Trust, will provide a case study entitled: Famhealth Medipark story: Empowering Communities.
The registration fee for NMMU Staff, NMMU Business School alumni and NMMU Business School students – R1800 (incl. VAT).
The normal registration fee per delegate – R2 000 (incl. VAT). (Book for 10 delegates and get 1 seat free).
08h00 - 16h30
R2000 per delegate
|Telephone:||+27 (0) 41 365 7591|
|Venue:||Sun Boardwalk Convention Centre|
|Event Address:||Marine Drive