Altron group executive for human capital Dolores Mashishi resigns

Altron CEO Mteto Nyati has thanked Dolores for her immense contribution.

Dolores Mashshi has resigned as the group executive for human capital at Altron. In a recent 'organisational announcement', Altron CEO Mteto Nyati thanks Dolores and explains that her last day with the company will be on 30 September and wishes her well in her future endeavors. Dolores, who was nominated for the inaugural CHRO Awards last year, has been instrumental in executing Altron's ambitious turnaround strategy to transform the business into a technology company. 

"Dolores led a groupwide values programme through workshops explaining the behaviours underpinning each of our Altron values," says Mteto in the announcement. 

"During her time with us, Dolores provided valuable leadership and advice to the managing directors and group executives as we embarked on a new organisational design to ensure our company was fit for purpose and aligned with our One Altron Strategy. She was instrumental in transforming the human capital function to be the trusted partner for the business. Working with the human capital community across our operations, she led the introduction of a customised leadership development programme aimed at upskilling first-line managers."

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Prior to Altron, Dolores spent five years as the Group Executive for Corporate Services at Development Bank of Southern Africa. She also held roles as the HR  Executive at Brait South Africa and the Head of Learning and Development at Investec Bank. Dolores holds an MSc in Education Degree from the University of Eastern Illinois, Chicago and various Management Programmes through INSEAD, Harvard Business School and Wits Business School.