Women in business, be true to yourselves
How to succeed authentically
What to expect
There is only one woman CEO of a JSE Top-40 company. Women make up only a fifth of the directors who serve on the boards of JSE-listed companies. Given these stats, women with leadership ambitions would be forgiven for thinking that they need to be more like men to make it to the top.
Not so, say women executives who have scaled the corporate ladder by being true to themselves.
Megan Pydigadu, group finance director at EOH, says that while she believes women can network more like men, they can bring their own unique approaches and attitudes to the table.
Candice Watson, group human capital executive at AECI, who is currently enrolled in a doctorate in Business Administration through UCT, pursuing her research interests in Women in Management, will share a blend of her own experiences and academic insight into the topic.
And Inge Walters, leadership practitioner, will bring her insights as a facilitator and coach, with extensive experience in developing women leaders, to the discussion.
This webinar will explore what these three leaders believe women can do for themselves – and others – to gain a seat at the table and improve representation for good.
14h00-14h05: Welcome by Georgina Guedes, CFO and CHRO South Africa editor in chief
14h05-14h40: Panel discussion with Megan Pydigadu, group finance director at EOH, Candice Watson, group human capital executive at AECI, and Inge Walters, leadership practitioner
14h40-15h00: Q&A - Your questions answered by this expert panel of women who are leaders in their fields.
Hear from three women in leadership about how they succeed by being true to themselves.
Learn about the realities of professional advancement for women in South African business.
Have your questions answered by a panel of experts in the advancement of women.
Editor in Chief - CFO & CHRO South Africa
Group Human Capital Executive - AECI
Group Finance Director - EOH