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As You Lead
39 minutes | 2 months ago
EP12:S1: Pause, Reflect, Lead (Season Finale)
In the season finale episode of As You Lead, our hosts Cikida Gcali-Mabusela and Katleho Mohono go down memory lane and reflect on the past few months of the podcast. They share lessons learned and how the podcast has impacted their leadership journey. They also express gratitude to each other and everyone who has been part of the As you Lead community.
48 minutes | 3 months ago
EP11:S1: Why we should all be political activists with Nonceba Mhlauli
In this weeks episode of As You Lead our host: Cikida Gcali-Mabusela and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Nonceba Mhlauli, a political activist and a civil servant. Nonceba is an active citizen and believes in the power of social change. In this week's episode, we are in conversation with Nonceba about political activism and why it is important for this generation of young leaders.
49 minutes | 4 months ago
EP10:S1: How to lead change from within the system with Mandla Isaacs
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali-Mabusela and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Mandla Isaacs, a political economist and Managing Director of Zehuti Advisory, a strategy and communications consultancy. In this episode, we are in conversation with Mandla on how to lead change from within systems.
65 minutes | 4 months ago
EP9:S1: Why every leader needs to learn the art of convincing with Mukovhe Masutha
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali-Mabusela and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Mukovhe Masutha the founder and CEO of the Thusanani Foundation, a program that he founded to assist youth from marginalized communities across South Africa to access and succeed in post-schooling opportunities He is also currently Executive Director and Senior Researcher at the Centre for Emerging Researchers and recently completed a PhD in Higher Education Management at the University of Bath. In this episode we are in conversation with Mukovhe about the role of young people in shaping the narrative of a country and how to build traction on ideas that challenge the leadership of the day.
45 minutes | 5 months ago
EP8:S1: How to build a solid team while scaling a business with Ailyssa Pretorius
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali-Mabusela and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Ailyssa Pretorius, the former Regional General Manager of Uber Eats Sub-Saharan Africa, who led the business into being the #1 food delivery company that it is today. In this episode we are in conversation with Ailyssa about her experience of building a solid team while scaling a business.
58 minutes | 5 months ago
EP7:S1: How to lead upwards and have difficult conversations without ruining relationships
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Phiona Martin, a registered Organisational Psychologist, career coach and thought leader who has immense experience working with individuals at various career stages - from seasoned professionals to university graduates and high school learners. In this episode we are in conversation with Phiona about how to lead upwards and have difficult conversations without ruining relationships.
60 minutes | 6 months ago
EP6:S1: Leading teams starts with you, with Simone Naidoo
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Simone Naidoo, the founder and CEO of On Purpose Personal Development; whose work is driven by the conviction that when we know who we are, we become acutely clear as to what our purpose is in life. In this episode, we are in conversation with Simone about building teams by first doing the work to understand ourselves and setting healthy boundaries.
62 minutes | 6 months ago
EP5:S1: How to build high performing teams with Khurram Masood
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, our hosts: Cikida Gcali and Katleho Mohono, are in conversation with Khurram Masood the Chief Product Officer at Sharpist, a mobile-first digital learning and development ecosystem with a vision to bringing personalized learning to every employee everywhere. Khurram is also former COO and Co-founder of the African Leadership University and ALX. In this episode, we are in conversation with Khurram about his journey of building and leading teams, and the importance of culture in producing high performing teams. Our conversation with Khurram was over Zoom with him being in Berlin, Germany, where he is currently based. Do enjoy.
68 minutes | 7 months ago
EP4:S1: Learning to trust your process
In this weeks episode of As You Lead, we are in conversation with Zamantungwa Khumalo an award winning media and content specialist, property investor and founder of All Things Property SATM and My Money DateTM. Zamantungwa is, what some might consider, a maverick and someone who has accomplished a lot at a young age. In this episode our hosts, Katleho Mohono and Cikida Gcali, are in conversation with Zamantungwa about her journey, the changes and transitions she has gone through and how she has reflected on and made sense of her leadership journey thus far. We had this conversation with Zamantungwa via Zoom
59 minutes | 7 months ago
EP3:S1: How to embrace your full identity while leading in diverse spaces
In this weeks episode we are in conversation with Dr Zukiswa Mthimunye a leadership, organizational development, and education consultant; whose work is informed by a fundamental belief that leaders must be developed and prepared for the specific places, people, systems, and competitive environments within which they are called to lead. In this episode, Dr Zuki (as she is affectionately known) shares her thoughts on the construct of identity and its relevance as we navigate our own personal journeys as well as the collective journeys of the organisation we are called to lead. We had this conversation with Dr Zuki via Zoom.
50 minutes | 8 months ago
EP2:S1: Using Your “Why” to Craft a Solid Career.
In this week's episode we are in conversation with Zimasa Mabuse a legal professional, careerist, founder of the corporate canvas, and someone who embodies the significance of knowing you’re why as you lead your career. In the conversation, Zimasa shares her career journey and some reflections, lessons learned, and insights that she has incorporated along the way.
49 minutes | 8 months ago
EP1:S1- Why the World Needs Your Authenticity
In this week's episode of As you lead we are in conversation Rachel Adams, a leadership specialist, coach, and speaker who works from the conviction that a leader's greatest work is their own self-mastery before they can proceed to lead others and systems. We are in conversation with Rachel about her leadership journey and explore the idea of authenticity in leadership
26 minutes | 8 months ago
EP0:S1- Why Leadership, Why Africa, Why Now?
“A real leader uses every issue, no matter how serious and sensitive, to ensure that at the end of the debate we should emerge stronger and more united than ever before.” – Nelson Mandela. In this launch episode of the podcast, your hosts Cikida Gcali and Katleho Mohono share why we believe leadership is important now more than ever in our continent amidst the myriad of issues we live with. As we unpack our own individual leadership journeys, we share the essence of why we created As You Lead. We also speak about the types of conversations that we will have on this platform. Conversations that will inspire, empower and connect our listeners. We also aim to give listeners tools and language to help identify and navigate through the everyday challenges they face as young leaders.
1 minutes | 9 months ago
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