Henley Africa’s Makhoalibe selected for sought-after international women’s leadership programme

Dr Puleng Makhoalibe, Head of Henley Business School Africa’s School of Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (Henley ICE) is one of 20 women globally selected to participate in the 2019 Women Leaders for the World Program (WLW).   This gives her access to a 12-month transformative, global leadership-training programme offered by San Francisco-based women leaders network How Women…

Henley alumna Catherine Wijnberg is on a mission to get corporates to do more than just pay lip service to the BEE codes

HENLEY alumna Catherine Wijnberg is on a mission to get corporates to do more than just pay lip service to the BEE codes. She’s created the Absa Business Day Supplier Development awards to recognise, acknowledge and learn from companies who are not just getting it right, but who have adopted supplier development into their corporate…

We can all be like great leaders commit to learning and hold on to a sense of purpose…

The Daily Maverick, 6 March 2019   By Jon Foster-Pedley TIMES of late have been a bit of a roller-coaster – even by what passes for normal in this country. We emerged from the festive season to a series of rapid-fire bombshell disclosures by the former chief operating officer of Bosassa, Angelo Agrizzi, which recalibrated…