Gain insights on how HR can accelerate an ethical leadership agenda at HR Indaba Online


Shirley Zinn, Tsholofelo Molefe and Abey Kgotle discuss HR’s role in helping companies to do the right thing.

In the era of Covid-19, ethical leadership is more vital than ever. The need for leaders who are always honest and upfront, even when they must have difficult conversations or make unpopular decisions, is paramount. Join this discussion to hear from three of the country's top C-suite executives on how to approach crises like the pandemic, not as moments for opportunism, fear and apathy, but as opportunities for ethical leadership.

Don’t miss this timely discussion by expert panellists, including Shirley Zinn Non-Executive Director, Tsholofelo Molefe, CFO, MTN and Abey Kgotle, Executive Director Human Resources, Mercedes-Benz SA as they share insights on HR’s role in driving an ethical culture at the HR Indaba Online.

Frank, authentic conversations are a cornerstone of today’s leadership. As employees, customers and consumers demand more ethics and transparency, they need to be able to lead hard discussions and address ethical dilemmas head-on.

This Impact session on Ethical leadership - Enabling your leaders to have the tough conversations will take place from 10:30 to 11:15.

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The HR Indaba Online is a virtual conference and expo that brings together 5,000-plus HR professionals who want to accelerate their knowledge, network and career. The event boasts 10 Impact Sessions with world-class speakers, live engagement, and a complete overview of the most important tools and services for HR teams.


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