After a first year of zero sales, Sam Molefe – co-founder and MD of Modi Mining – began to question his decision to go out on his own. Six years and a number of awards later, he and his business partner are very pleased they didn’t throw in the towel. Listen to this #FutureCEOs conversation
He doesn’t mince words during his satirical stand up against social issues and political injustices, but has he minced business and career opportunities as he has developed and grown as a comedian, social commentator, and businessman? Listen to this insightful #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth Armstrong enjoys a funny but fascinating discussion answering this question and
At 26 years old she was heading to the top at multinational Proctor & Gamble, but felt something was off. Now – a few years, an MBA, and her own business later – Nokwazi Mzobe joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to talk about leaving a hugely promising corporate career to start her own consulting business.
Have you ever heard the advice to “Trust your gut!”, “Go with what feels right.”? Gareth Armstrong and Career Strategist, Licia Dewing, debate the role of intuition as part of the decision-making process. This is a #FutureCEOs discussion you want to hear.
Do you have a downgrade plan for your business? The #FutureCEOs team discuss this and more with Ross Drakes, Creative Director at NiceWork, and Grant Gavin, owner of RE/MAX Panache – both highly successful entrepreneurs and both actively engaged in making their businesses downgrade resistant. Listen to this conversation if you’re serious about business growth
Hlubi Mboya Arnold connects with innovative leader of the African entrepreneurial spirit, Jayshree Naidoo. They discuss the plight of funding in tertiary education, how to prevent our youth from falling through the economic cracks of society and, of course, finding African-based solutions where civil service reigns supreme.
She was accused of being too serious when she was younger, and maybe she was, but that focus and determination has resulted in Zizipho Nyanga being appointed as the CEO of the Masisizane Fund, and now in a place to push and invest in her passions – entrepreneurship and women empowerment. Listen to this lovely
How do you get innovation happening in your business without forcing it? What is at the core of businesses that seem to be able to do this? Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by Sameer Rawjee, a former Googler and co-founder of O-School, to talk about the often ambiguous topics of innovation, creativity, collaboration, and