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POSTPONED: CEO Thought Leadership Dialogue: ‘Boardroom Dancing’ – Catalysing a Transformative Narrative for Corporate Leadership
Thursday, 23 March 2023 10:00 to 11:30
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, this dialogue is being postponed.
A new date will be communicated in due course.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
The National Business Initiative (NBI) invites you to join us for our upcoming CEO Thought Leadership Dialogue: ‘Boardroom Dancing’ – Catalysing a Transformative Narrative for Corporate Leadership, on Thursday, the 23rd of March 2023.
In this important dialogue we will be engaging with Nolitha Fakude: Chair of Anglo American’s Management Board in South Africa and President of the Minerals Council, exploring key areas of her leadership journey in various industries that include mining, oil and gas, petrochemicals, financial services, as well as retail and management consulting. Nolitha’s visionary leadership has positioned her as an influential corporate activist and inspirational businesswoman, with a passion for leadership development and transformation for women and black people in the workplace.
The discussion will focus on:
The NBI’s CEO Dialogues serve as a fundamental lever for driving societal transformation and cohesion across sectors. The Social Transformation Unit’s Bold and Transformative Leadership Pathway seeks to ensure private sector leadership’s recommitment to actively and meaningfully changing our society by dealing with inequality, inequity, and exclusion. These are crucial for ensuring long-term inclusive economic growth and social stability. The CEO Dialogue representatives are viewed as a group of bold, courageous, and transformative C-Suite executives who commit to personally engaging with peers on transformation issues, whilst supporting the implementation of transformation approaches within their organisations.
Call to Action: The NBI aims to galvanise CEO’s and thought leaders to drive and champion collective action through implementable and innovative approaches to transformation, whilst also taking action to prioritise workplace inclusion to drive business commitment and advance transformation as a normative culture, both in the workplace and more broadly across society.
Join us for this important dialogue as we explore Nolitha Fakude’s leadership journey and unpack the key role business can play in driving inclusion and transformation in the workplace.
Please click here to register for this Zoom event.