Masterclass brings you lessons in personal development from the experts in their fields. Masterclass covers the soft skills they don’t teach you in business school – that can make all the difference to your career.
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Masterclass - How to take creative risks in a niche market
Running a business in a niche industry can often limit levels of creativity. Geoscientist at Gibbs Dams Hydropower & Underground Works, Monique Wainstein breaks down the stereotype and offers advice on how to best be creative and find ways to collaborate in niche careers spaces.
Masterclass - Have we lost the art of mentoring?
A mentor is an experienced individual who gives their time an knowledge to wet behind the ears newbies who need to make great strides in their career or journey in entrepreneurship. We speak to CEO of the National Mentorship Programme, Liz Ditshego, who gives us the lowdown on why the culture of mentoring has changed.
Negotiating power dynamics at work
Joining Katlego Msomi in studio this week is Kerstin Jatho - MD at 4Seeds giving us a Master Class on negotiating power dynamics at work.
But how does emotional support affect your ability to succeed?
When we think of running a business we might think of sales, marketing and accounting. But how does emotional support affect your ability to succeed? Karen Wessels, founder of SnappSales gives us a Masterclass on getting that support.
What Social Entrepreneurship is all about
Social entrepreneurship is a phenomenon that seeks to contribute to poverty alleviation and job creation but how is this achieved and what are the challenges that come your way? Nhlanhla Ndlovu, a Red Bull Amaphiko participant & Social Entrepreneur, and Gavin Weale, Founder and Managing Director of Livity Africa, give us a masterclass on what Social Entrepreneurship is all about.
Focusing on personal and cultural identity
This week’s Master Class focuses on personal and cultural identity. Gordon Cook, founder of Vega Brand School and Naledi Shuenyane, founder of Chuana Original — joins Katlego Msomi to explain what this means and how it is an integral part of one’s growth and development.