Motus Corporation: Michele Seroke
Michele Seroke, chief people officer at Motus Corporation, was appointed to her role on 1 July 2017.
She joined Imperial Holdings as the human resources director for the Imperial Vehicle Retail, Rental and Aftermarket Parts division (which subsequently rebranded as Motus) in August 2016. She has held strategic senior management and executive positions in human resources, both locally and internationally, at several organisations, including Eskom, Productivity SA, ArcelorMittal and General Electric.
Her career began at Eskom after obtaining her B.Soc.Sci from the University of Cape Town.
2017 - Present Chief People Officer, Motus Corporation
2016 - 2017 Divisional Human Resources Director, Motus Vehicle Retail, Rental & Aftermarket Parts Division
2015 - 2016 Corporate Services General Manager, Central Energy Fund, CEF SOC
2012 - 2015 Senior Human Resources Manager, GE Southern Africa and GE Transportation Sub-Sahara Africa
2010 - 2012 Corporate Services Human Resources Manager, ArcelorMittal, South Africa
2005 - 2008 Senior Manager Talent Management & Organisational Development, ArcelorMittal South Africa
2004 - 2005 Human Resources Director, National Productivity Institute (NPI)
2003 - 2003 Transmission Divisional Programme Manager – SAP HR Implementation Project, Eskom
2002 - 2003 Change & Communication Manager – SAP HR Implementation Project, Eskom
2002 - 2002 Seconded as Human Resources Manager, Eskom
1999 - 2002 Senior Advisor - Organisational Development, Eskom
1998 - 1999 Seconded as an analyst to the Eskom Core Competency Study, Eskom
1997 - 1998 Senior Buyer, SMME/BEE Team Leader, Eskom
1995 - 1997 Buyer, Eskom
2020 MBL 3, University of South Africa School of Business Leadership
1994 Bachelor of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cape Town
About Motus Corporation: Motus is South Africa’s leading automotive group, employing over 18,600 people. It is a diversified (non-manufacturing) business in the automotive sector with unrivalled scale and scope in South Africa, and a selected international presence, primarily in the United Kingdom, Australia and limited presence in South East Asia, and Southern and East Africa.