Richard Angus and Leandi Streeter speak with Cynthia Schoeman of Ethics Monitor, on “What is Ethical Leadership?

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Adriaan and Louis Groenewald interview Nico Steyn, co-founder and CEO at IoT.nxt (Information and Technology Services). They talk about how their business is literally changing the world “in action” as we speak. They also talk about leadership lessons he has learnt whilst building his career and business.

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Tony Dovale – of SWIFT Mindset lifemasters – is a keynote speaker and expert author of ‘Swift Success’. He speaks about the ‘Science of Happiness at Work’ conference coming up. They discuss what happens when employees are happy and the role of a leader in this.

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September is International Literacy Month and READ Educational Trust has a lot of news to share! The YLP team chats to READ representative, Lizelle Langford, about READ’s commitment to promoting literacy, their new projects and this year’s Readathon Red Reading Box… as well as how members of the public can support their efforts.

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Does the African narrative need to be rewritten? By who and what for? YLP chats to the award-winning social entrepreneur, producer, TV host and recent Mandela Washington Fellow, Gilmore Tee, about his time in Washington and how it led him to believing that something needs to change about how Africans tell their stories.

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Richard Angus and Safiyyah Boolay speak with Leandi Streeter, a business coach and guide from Raizcorp, on facing up to change.

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Adriaan interviews leader Happy Ralinala – President of the BWASA, also current Head of the Private and Wealth Banking at Barclays Africa. They discuss leadership, her journey and role as a leader/influencer, and other relevant topics that have direct influence and impact on our society today.

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Adriaan interviews leader Meaza Ashenafi – gender advisor at UNECA; Founding Executive Director of the Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association (1995-2004), and Founding Chair ENat Bank since 2011… the first “women’s bank” in Ethiopia. She was a 2005 nominee for a Nobel Peace Prize for her advocacy on behalf of women, and is a ‘Women’s Rights Advisor’ to the UN Economic Commission for Africa. Meaza was also a recent guest speaker at the Business Women of the Year Awards.

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Going against the trends at 22 to start up your own business, handing out flyers on the streets and how sustainable leading is more important than anything else. The team chats to CEO of iLearn, Richard Rayne, about all of this and more!

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