TransUnion's Ndivhu Nepfumbada nominated for 2020 CHRO Awards
Ndivhu's mantra of offering a strong support system to other leaders got her to where she is.
TransUnion HR director for Africa Ndivhu Nepfumbada has been nominated for the 2020 CHRO Awards. The ceremony, which will be held on 26 November 2020 at Inanda Club in Johannesburg, will give HR directors and CHROs of listed companies, large corporations, state-owned entities and government institutions alike an opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for their exceptional performance and leadership.
In her current role, Ndivhu heads up the HR function for Transunion Africa, which operates in eight African countries. Prior to that she was the group HR executive of PPC, which she joined after gaining invaluable experience as country HR manager and executive director for Shell South Africa.
She started her career as management trainee at Western Deep Levels mine, Anglogold over 20 years ago and has since filled roles including Head of Organisational Transformation at the Nedbank Group, as well as HR director of Cummins Diesel SA, responsible for South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia.
Ndivhu believes “that the value of an HR leader rests highly on his or her ability to support other leaders while bringing them along in devising and executing a people strategy aligned with the business vision.”
It is a mantra that she says has held her in very good stead throughout her career because, when an organisation is facing challenges and difficult decisions have to be made, it helps leaders to know they have an HR counterpart that shares their vision and has a good grasp of the issues at play so that they can advise them properly with both the interests of the business and the employees in mind.
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