I thought leadership was a trait only certain people were born with. However, TSIBA Business School has completely changed my perspective on the concept; it can be a natural trait that one has to build. To lead others you have to learn how to lead yourself, be bold and stand out for the right reasons.
We’re delighted to announce that we have a new Dean, Dr Reidwaan (Rudi) Kimmie who will be joining TSIBA on 1 August 2019.
This month for TSIBA marks endings and exciting new beginnings. Whilst we are sad to see our founder and CEO Leigh Meinert step down, we are extremely pleased to welcome to this post-Professor Kobus Visser.
“Our greatest challenge is to create jobs for the unemployed of today, while preparing workers for the jobs of tomorrow.” President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2019 SONA speech. It was reassuring to hear our President’s commitment to prioritising access to modern education for South African youth. While the statement has set high standards for the education system, it’s undoubtedly difficult to prepare the …