Inclusive Growth is Everyone’s Business

25 July 2017

Inclusive Growth is Everyone’s Business - progressing through compliance, governance & sustainability to the new normal: inclusive growth.

Tick box compliance may get your business a short way along the road to profitability but will it address sustainability? In the current local and global reality minimum compliance isn’t what wins you work, makes you money or attracts and retains the best quality talent in the longer term. So, how do you address the real constraints to sustainable business practices that speak to the attitudes, hearts and minds of your stakeholders, to ensure that you foster inclusive growth and value creation for everyone?

Please join us for a morning of insightful discussion that will tackle the issue of moving from basic compliance to active engagement on topics like good corporate governance, King IV, transformation, diversity and inclusion. Our dialogue will attempt to answer how to move from mindless checklists to mindful outcomes for real economic transformation and long-term growth for your business.

If you’re looking for a roadmap to build long-term and sustainable growth, not just for your business, but for the South African economy as a whole, this event should not be missed!

Who should attend?

Individuals with executive authority and accounting authority including CEOs, CFOs, Board Members, Executives & Managers in Transformation, HR, Learning & Development, BEE Compliance and Sustainability professionals.

On the panel
Oupa Mbokodo Business risk professional with 20 years’ internal audit, IT audit, IT management and risk management experience in both the public and private sectors. Oupa is committed to assisting clients with using technology and information as a strategic resource to help businesses transform and grow.
Carla Clamp Governance and risk specialist with 20 years’ experience who is committed to assisting clients in improving their governance, risk and compliance performance to achieve increased business value, sustainability and ethical leadership.
Dineo Mokono Environmental and sustainability reporting specialist committed to assisting clients in becoming sustainable businesses by focussing on transformation, governance and inclusion with a stakeholder-inclusive approach.
Jenni Lawrence Head of Grant Thornton Verification Services (a SANAS accredited verification agency with offices in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Cape Town). Jenni is a B-BBEE specialist providing verification and advisory services to listed companies, multi-nationals, privately held businesses as well as relevant public sector entities.
Roy Gluckman Diversity & Inclusion specialist, facilitator, speaker and attorney committed to the project of nation building, social education, and change.
Dominic Gaobepe Diversity & Inclusion author, speaker, business consultant, and coach.

Date & Time

25 July 2017

07:30 for 08:00 to 10:00 followed by networking and coffee

Jenny Gillwald
  • @GrantThornton
  • Wanderers Office Park
  • 52 Corlett Drive
  • Illovo
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