Future CEOs

CLIFFCENTRAL.COM  |  Podcast , ±26 min episodes every 4 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Helping ambitious entrepreneurs and high-potential young executives grow their businesses and fast-track their careers. Hosted by Gareth Armstrong and Hlubi Mboya Arnold.

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23
NOV

Trust + Growth = More Trust = An Entrepreneur's Journey

It's hard to grow a business alone, and it's potentially even harder to grow a business with someone that you need to put a great deal of trust in. During this #FutureCEOs conversation, Gareth Armstrong talks to the founders of Afritorch Digital about this growth, and what a growing business needs.
09
NOV

How Does One Gain Influence?

This #FutureCEOs podcast is dedicated to understanding how Candy Tothill Kruger, the GM of Corporate Affairs at Tsogo Sun - a JSE-listed company - was able to go from being an HR administrator all the way to the role she possesses now, where she uses millions in budgeted money to influence the lives of countless South Africans through the social impact programmes offered by the company.
02
NOV

Creating African Narratives around Start-Ups in the Global Community

Prince Dube, founder of Energex, will be attending the largest technology conference in the world - Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal from 5-9 November 2017. The Standard Bank Incubator, in partnership with Liberty, opens up opportunities for entrepreneurs such as Prince to connect the technology community with all industries on the planet. Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to Prince about this extraordinary experience, his business goals and objectives, and of course the economic intent of the future of his business.
02
NOV

Inspiring Entrepreneurs to Succeed in the Business World

"Entrepreneurs who have persevered and worked very hard impact others who face challenges experienced by small business, such as limited capital, bureaucracy and difficulty in accessing markets." Tsogo Sun Entrepreneur of the Year Winner 2017 and founder of Sumting Fresh, Hezron Louwn, engages Hlubi Mboya Arnold on his overall footprint in the gourmet food industry.
26
OCT

The Business of Going Against the Mainstream

Hlubi Mboya Arnold connects with the Co-Founder of We Think Code, and Entrepreneurs Organisation Accelerator Programme graduate, Arlene Mulder. As women of influence, they unpack the barriers of leading a revolutionary tech institution dedicated to deliver SA's top human potential. They also discuss the critical role EO (Entrepreneurs Organisation Accelerator Programme) is, as a catalyst that enables first stage entrepreneurs to catapult their business to the next level, with the aim of empowering entrepreneurs with the tools they need to scale their business.
19
OCT

The First 10 Months As CEO – Lee Naik, CEO of TransUnion Africa

Heading up a large, multi-national organisation is not easy – even tougher is a new CEO’s first 6 to 12 months leading a team and organisation that may even be resistant to change. Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by Lee Naik, CEO of TransUnion Africa, to explore how he has coped with his first 10 or so months in the CEO office and how his new organisation is moving, growing, and changing under his leadership. Don’t miss this #FutureCEOs conversation.
12
OCT

Jarryd Chatz - 25yr Old CEO of BitCo

Would you employ a 25-year-old to head up your organisation as CEO? You might think twice, but the BitCo board didn't. Listen to this insightful and telling #FutureCEOs conversation between Gareth Armstrong and Jarryd Chatz, the current CEO of telecommunications company, BitCo, where they explore the complexities, and pros and cons of leading at such a young age.
05
OCT

Sounds Nice But How Do We Implement It?

Is Diversity just a new term we’re using for old tricks and approaches, or does it really offer something worth investing in? We look to Joké Coker, CEO Lead Coach of Constellation Coaching Group LLC, Liesl Bebb-McKay, Head of RMB’s innovation and disruptive technology division, The FOUNDeRY, and founding member and coordinator of RMB’s gender equality initiative – Athena, as well as Roy Clarke, MD of Clarkhouse Human Capital, for the answer to this question and more. Don’t miss the value this Future CEOs discussion may unlock in your business.
05
OCT

Joké Coker – African Entrepreneur & Leader

Winner of the Outstanding Achiever’s Award from the Women in Banking Finance and Investments Association, the Venture Capital Leadership Prize (UK), as well as the Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW – USA), means that Joké is someone worth listening to and learning from. We do just this during this insightful #FutureCEOs conversation.
28
SEP

A 3,5 Year Success – Founder & CEO Thumi Phake

After winning a number of different awards, including the title of Small Business Entrepreneur of the Year® at the annual 2017 Sanlam/Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year® competition, Thumi Phake, Founder and CEO of Zenzele Fitness Group is finally feeling like he can take his business all the way to his lofty global goals. Thumi joins Gareth Armstrong in studio for this insight-filled #FutureCEOs conversation – don’t miss it!
14
SEP

Adam Craker – CEO of IQ Business

How does a self-confessed ADHD, poor academic, with some real trials in the early part of his life rise above all of this to fill the role and office of CEO of one of the largest independent consulting businesses in Southern Africa? We explore this question and more during this relaxed but hugely insightful #FutureCEOs conversation between Adam Craker, CEO of IQ Business, and Gareth Armstrong in the CliffCentral studios.
14
SEP

Does Your Business Need “Business Rescue”?

Is your business in trouble? Are you worried about where it is going to be in six months? Then perhaps you need a “Business Rescue” plan. Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by Byron Chevalier, Business Rescue Practitioner at Mazars Recovery and Restructuring to talk through qualification for Business Rescue, how to prepare for it, and what one can expect from the process. Important listening.

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