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“When Women connect, the World changes” – Debby Edelstein

The WeLead Women’s Day Breakfast Forum gives you the opportunity to engage with some of Africa’s most exciting Women Leaders AND to explore your own leadership potential.

For the last 12 years, we’ve seen talented women relish the opportunity to take responsibility for their own leadership journey in an environment that encourages connection, inspires confidence and gives access to support networks.   It is also an honour to celebrate the women (and men) leaders who are paving the way for the future, our role models throughout society.

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BREAKFAST FORUM DETAILS

Where/What/When

Date:
Thursday 16 August 2018

Venue:
Hyatt Regency, Rosebank, Johannesburg

Cost:
R1500 per person ex vat (call us for group and NGO bookings)

Time:
7am – 8am Registration and Breakfast
8am until 10:30pm Presentations

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

  • Create your own leadership goals in the company of peers and mentors who’ve been there too
  • Make connections with leaders and household names you’ve always wanted to meet (our facilitators make it easy for you to do so)
  • Learn leadership lessons from unsung heroes you might never have heard of but will certainly never forgot
  • Learn how to access your own mastermind of women leaders to support you on your leadership journey (or join WeLead Circle)

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS SO FAR

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Dr Judy Dlamini, Founder and Chairman of Mbekani Group & Author of Equal but Different, has had a rich career starting with medicine, followed by owning and running businesses in various sectors. She has a medical degree, an MBA, a diploma in occupational health and a Doctorate in Business Leadership. Her thesis investigated the intersection of race, gender and social class and its impact on women leaders’ career progression. Judy worked spent 17 years in the medical field before deciding to build her business career. After spending two years at HSBC, she began to develop her entrepreneurial interests. In 1996, she founded Mbekani Group, a company which houses operational and investment companies, including the luxury multi-brand chain of stores, Luminance and Jimmy Choo. She has extensive experience in serving on numerous boards and is a recipient of various awards.

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Nosipho Siwise-Damasane is Chair and CEO of NS Enterprises, and chair of Richards Bay Coal Terminal. A rural girl from Peddie, Nosipho has won many awards including BWA Businesswoman of the Year and has been inducted into the Global Women Leaders Hall of Fame in 2017. She is also a woman of many firsts in a male dominated industry including CEO at Richards Bay Coal Terminal and Senior Vice President in Supply Chain for SASOL globally. She is highly experienced with more than 22 years’ executive management and operations experience. She is the founder of NS Enterprises, a 100% black woman owned private company specializing in Change Leadership and Transformation Management for corporate and government. She is passionate about the development and empowerment of women and the youth.

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Debby Edelstein is an experienced facilitator, speaker and curator of conversations. She is co-founder of QualityLife Company which hosts conversations and events for leaders who are bold enough to deviate from the ‘Business as Usual’ agenda and is credited with pioneering the Soul of Business conversation in South Africa. In 1999 she initiated conversations with change agents and thought leaders in the business community around the role of business in transforming society. Nearly 20 years later she continues to create conversations and conferences whenever she finds a good question that intrigues her. She created the annual WeLead Women’s Leadership Conference, the WiredWomen Conference and the Inspired Teachers Conference. She mentors and coaches leaders, entrepreneurs and speakers. Most recently the success of the WeLead Circle Project, a peer-to-peer network exclusively for women leaders which she pioneered three and a half years ago, is attracting worldwide interest.

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Banele Lukhele is a freelance educator and writer, who promotes access with an emphasis on child and women development. Banele completed a Bachelor of Music at the University of Witwatersrand majoring in composition and research. In her honours year she worked as the program assistant for the South Africa Washington International Program, a student leadership development programme. Parallel to this, she has been involved in private education as well as volunteering. In 2012 she began to explore alternative teaching methods, including teaching through play and cultural exchange. Banele currently provides educational solutions in public-, private- and home-schooling spaces. Over and above this she volunteers as a teacher with Love and Grow Mentorship – an organisation that is run by women.

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Ndabaningi “Zubz” Mabuye has earned his title as one of SA’s most respected Emcees through his critically acclaimed music. More than a musician, Zubz also holds a B. Com degree in Information Systems and Economics. He has also been actively engaging young people and their creativity through hip-hop workshops that focus on writing skills, storytelling and the art of performance.

BREAKFAST FORUM DETAILS

Where/What/When

Date:
Thursday 16 August 2018

Venue:
Hyatt Regency, Rosebank, Johannesburg

Cost:
R1500 per person ex vat (call us for group and NGO bookings)

Time:
7am – 8am Registration and Breakfast
8am until 10:30pm Presentations

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