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Women Will Lead the Way Into the 4th Industrial Revolution

Regenesys Business School is hosting a women’s discussion forum on the 30th of August 2018 from 18h00 to 20h30 in the evening at their campus in Pybus Road, Sandton. Regenesys is honoring South African women in leadership positions. The audience would comprise of Regenesys MBA students, alumni, staff and selected clients.

In a modern world of accelerating, fast-paced change, the ability to thrive in uncertainty are becoming core skills to our future as leaders. With the rise of AI, robotics and automation, there is going to be a massive need for ’human skills’.  Women innately possess essential ‘human skills’ such as relational skills, communication skills, empathy and emotional intelligence – which are seen as prerequisites to operate effectively in the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Regenesys is proud to announce that Dr. Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Executive Chairperson of African Fashion International, Dr. Judy Dlamini, Chancellor of  WITS and Founder and Executive Chairperson of the Mbekani Group, will be our keynote speakers.

Also included in the panel is, Phathiswa Magopeni, Group Executive: News and Current Affairs, SABC; Priscillah Mabelane, CEO, BP Southern Africa; Monica Singer, Blockchain Business Ambassador, ConsenSys; Gugu Dlamini, CEO, LGSETA; Vanessa Singh, Executive: Retail and Business Banking, Nedbank; Phillipa Rodseth, Executive Director, ManufacturingCircle and Tryphosa Ramano, Chief Financial Officer, PPC Ltd;

This forum will allow participants the opportunity to join a discussion and interact with some of the most incredible, entrepreneurial and forward thinking women in our country. They will share their expert advice and guidance on how women will lead a workforce in an age of digital transformation.

Attendees will learn how to embrace the future role of women in the 4th industrial revolution. They will hear incredible stories of change and how to best guide their organizations into the future. Managing gender diversity and creating an inclusive culture will be fundamental in establishing the workforce of the future. Expert advice will be shared on how to apply the role of policy and practice to overcome the rules and dictates of tradition. All companies have good intensions going forward, but it remains a challenge to translate those intentions into practice. This can only be achieved by effective leaders able to overcome the lack of equal opportunities and gender inequality. Not to mention the challenges of managing dual career-family pressures and balancing work and life.

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Issued by: Johan Wildenboer

Events Manager

Regenesys Business School

Tel: + 27 11 669 5051

Cell: + 27 11 (0) 83 260 1889

On behalf of: Dr. Marko Saravanja


Regenesys Business School

Tel: + 27 11 669 5000

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