These women are changing the face of business in South Africa
Pascale D.S. Booysen - Wednesday, February 08, 2017
At KR Publishing we are proud to have had the opportunity to capture some of the extraordinary stories and insights of these truly remarkable South African women:
In Swimming Upstream, Prof Shirley Zinn tells the story of how she overcome formidable odds, to forge an impressive academic career and conquer the world of business. Today, she is the Group Head of HR at Woolworths and serves on numerous boards of leading organisations.
CEO of Jackhammer, Debbie Goodman-Bhyat offers a simple but powerful philosophy, in her new book IntheFlow on how to re-ignite your passion for work and life again!
Sindi Zilwa's Creating Effective Boards and Committees is the perfect guide to help new directors make a positive contribution at
board and committee meetings.
Partners for Possibility is the remarkable story of how Louise van Rhyn has brokered groundbreaking partnerships between business leaders and school principals, to reap astonishing results!
Regarded as one of the most influential women in business in South Africa by Financial Mail, Hixonia Nyasulu is rapidly developing an international reputation for her integrity and drive. In Leadership: Perspectives from the Front Line, she writes about business leadership and the challenging trends business leaders face.
Cynthia Schoeman shares the powerful message that Ethics Can: build trust; it can foster sound relationships with internal and external stakeholders; it can create a high degree of customer and investor confidence... In short, ethics can make all the difference – which is a difference that is sorely needed.
These are just some of the women who are shaping business in South Africa and we are very proud to have published their stories. We hope that you will tap into their powerful knowledge too!