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KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Business Dialogue

  Business Dialogue and Networking     23 July 2019 KwaZulu-Natal

Leadership is challenging enough when times are good, but when faced with tough economic conditions leaders must show more courage to stay their course. Join us at this Business Dialogue in KwaZulu-Natal where Graeme Hay and Hamish Erskine will discuss leadership in challenging times. There will also be ample time for networking after the talk.

Date: Tuesday, 23 July 2019
Time: 07:00am for 07:30am – 10:00am
Venue: Durban Country Club | Map

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More about the speakers

Graeme Hay has been helping organisations to implement value chain productivity solutions since 2002 and is passionate about engaging and collaborating with the talent in the organisation to realise improvement. He makes use of the Lean Six Sigma methodology extensively and is the only certified Minitab trainer in South Africa. Graeme has a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering Technology and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

 

 

Hamish Erskine is the CEO Dube TradePort Corporation.

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USB KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Business Dialogue and Networking

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USB KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Business Dialogue and Networking

  Business Dialogue     Monday, 8 April 2019     Durban

When no-one is looking – Business ethical compass and practices

It is easy to be ethical when all goes well and there are no pressures, but in the highly competitive environment today, it is not simple and easy anymore.

During this talk, Prof Arnold Smit, head of Social Impact at USB, will explore how to make the best use of one’s moral compass to remain ethical in business and build one’s success on an ethical reputation.

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Event details

Date: Monday, 8 April 2019

Time: 17:30 for 18:00 (ends at 21:00)

Venue: Hilton Durban Hotel, Durban | Map

More about the speakers

Prof Arnold Smit is head of Social Impact at USB. He is also an Associate Professor in Business in Society and his teaching, research and facilitation focus on the contextualisation and integration of ethics, responsibility and sustainability in management education and organisational practice. He is also a member of the Board of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, a member of the PRME Advisory Committee, a member of the USB-ED International Advisory Board, the immediate past President of the Business Ethics Network of Africa, and a trustee of SEED Educational Trust.

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KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Chapter: Business Networking and AGM

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KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Chapter: Business Networking and AGM

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  USB Alumni AGM     28 Nov       KwaZulu-Natal

After a number of years of synchronised global growth, 2018 has seen a far more volatile global economy. Citadel Chief Economist, Maarten Ackerman, will share his insights into the geopolitical risks and opportunities at our KwaZulu-Natal Alumni Chapter AGM event, sponsored by Citadel.

We look forward to hosting you!

DATE: Wednesday, 28 November 2018
TIME: 18:00 – 21:00
VENUE: Pencarrow Park, La Lucia Ridge Office Park Estate, Umhlanga | Map
ENQUIRIES: Lizelle Kannemeyer | USBAlumni@usb.ac.za

Event Speaker

Maarten Ackerman, Chief Economist and Advisory Partner at Citadel will share his views on the new world order, the implications thereof on local and global economic developments and highlight some investment opportunities as a result. Maarten has his finger firmly on the pulse of economic developments, both domestically and globally, and we are confident that you will gain a great deal from his insights.

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