Wed, 24 Feb | Webex

Post-Covid Workplace Trends #DigitalConversations

Covid-19 has accelerated trends such as automation and digital operations and made remote working the new normal. Organisations have had to reimagine operations to ensure business continuity. Technology adoption has jumped by at least two decades.
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Time & Location

24 Feb, 17:00 – 18:00 SAST

About the Event

About Your Speakers:

Dr Thokozile Lewanika Mpupuni is Group Head of Leadership, Learning and Talent at Absa.Thokozile’s mission is to create socioeconomic impact and transform Africa’s unrealised potential through liberating leadership greatness in individuals, teams and organizations.  She lives her mission through coaching, speaking, writing and in her corporate role at Absa.She is a lifelong learner whose work has included academic research in molecular science, management consulting, ontological coaching and human capital executive roles.

Ntebo Kgoroba is currently the Group Human Resources Executive for The South African Reserve Bank. She previously held positions of Head of Human Resources at The National Treasury of South Africa, prior to which she was the HR Director for both Accenture South Africa and ACNielsen Marketing and Media in Johannesburg. She has also held the position of Human Resources Executive at the South African Breweries, Investec Bank and the Nedcor Group. She has an MBA ,BCom and, PDM from Wits Business School. She has completed other Executive Development Programs through Baruch College and Darden Business School.

Katharina Pillay is the Managing Director of the South African Communications Forum (SACF), which is an industry association which represents abroad spectrum of key players in the ICT ecosystem-licensees. She has 2 decades of experience in ICT policy and regulation.

Katharina served as Councillor at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) and was a member of the ICT Charter Council. The focus of her tenure at ICASA was on reviewing and developing consumer protection regulations and leading the slew of market consolidation transactions.

Ms Pillay began her career in the ICT sector in 1997, at the Universal Service Agency with universal access and service as a key focus area. She later worked in the private sector for a mobile operator and also consulted on ICT policy and regulations.

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