Dear Women in Leadership,
Thank you for being part of the 9th Annual Leadership Development for Women Conference which attracted over 350 delegates.
Delegates were privy to a wealth of knowledge by speakers who shared their unique experiences in their journey in influence and leadership. The Minister of Home Affairs, Hlengiwe Mkhize rendered a motivating speech that encouraged women to leave no stone unturned in excelling in their career.
The networking sessions saw delegates interact and move outside their comfort zones to meet their peers. Women were treated to an express SPA treatment which was a welcome break away from their daily duties.
- Pinki Sihlangu,Director: Compensation Benefits, Department of Labour: Compensation Fund
- Adv. Neo Sephoti,Head of Department, North West Tourism
- Thabile Nyaba, Chief Strategy Officer, Road Accident Fund
- Never take home conflict from the office, you need to find a balance and differentiate between the two
- Understanding your responsibility as an women leader to give feedback to your organisation on what can be changed
- Fighting the urge to quit and involving yourself in women empowerment initiatives to keep motivate
- It starts with you and believe in yourself know your capabilities
- Key leadership characteristics is courage- say no when you need to say no, and yes its necessary
- Interacting with people you don’t know opens new doors, do not underestimate the power of networking
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN CATCH-UP DECEMBER 2017
Based on an influx of requests from delegates, for the first time ever ITC is hosting a Leadership Development catch-up forum on 6 & 7 December 2017 in Johannesburg which will look at how far we’ve come in implementing all that was learnt in July 2017.
This will also serve as a feedback session that is aimed at assisting delegates with re-curing challenges. In addition it will be a knowledge sharing platform filled with practical skills driven workshops, case studies as well as panel discussions.