Transformational Leadership – Maintaining a Competitive Edge in the Global Workplace
- With Daisy Kopolo Executive Coach, Trainer, Business Development and Strategy Professional
- On thursday, the 25th of June 2020 at 3:30 pm
The lecture will be given online, through Zoom. A limited number of people can attend the virtual lecture, so, in order to ensure your place please register here.
About the lecture
The lecture will consider Transformational Leadership as a tool for deliberate, directed and empowering change, within the current global economic and political climate, with the effects of the pandemic, the weakened global economy and shifting power base, natural disasters and outbreaks of armed conflict and social unrest.
Zambia and Africa have been ready for positive change for many years now. However, before change manifests, the new leaders must emerge. Transformational leaders will be required to inspire and lead themselves, before they can inspire and leading others.
So, how can individuals, corporations and even nations build their competitive edge, how can they prepare for the global workplace of the future in the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world of the post-pandemic era?
Ms Kopolo will attempt to answer all these questions in her online lecture.
About the lecture
Daisy Kopolo holds an MPhil in Management Coaching, an MBA and a Master’s in Marketing. She has 30 years of experience in business development, leading teams and driving growth in the public and private sector, consulting local and international organizations on business, management, leadership, logistics, education and finance.
People development through training, mentorship and coaching has been central to Daisy Kopolo’s career with an emphasis on Leadership for Africa.
She believes that, with vision and the right strategies, empowered African leaders can lead their economies to sustainable growth and can nurture the next generation of innovative minds on the continent.
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President Edgar Lungu officially opens Lusaka Business Expo
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu says government remains steadfast in its quest to transforming the country’s social and economic landscape, as outlined in the Seventh National Development Plan.
He has since assured Zambians of his resolve to make the country better.
Speaking when he officiated at the Lusaka business expo dubbed, “Lusaka business expo, 2021, pioneered by Push Network, President Lungu said government is committed to ensuring that women, men, girls and boys are given equal value and opportunities in all areas of socio-economic development.
“My government through the ministry of commerce, trade, and industry has demonstrated its commitment to accelerating economic development by supporting events such as this, aimed at supporting female led enterprises. There is no doubt that women are the backbone of families, communities and the nation at large. I, therefore, consider support to female led businesses as cardinal building blocks to national development. a more inclusive society is ultimately more productive and prosperous,” he said.
The President said Lusaka business expo, therefore, provides vast opportunities for potential investors to take advantage of the enormous prospective that the push women network has to offer in all sectors of our economy.
“The Push Women Network is demonstrating its agility in driving the conversation on inclusivity in a way that is timely, feasible and able to create impact. If we are to steer ourselves into the new frontier of doing business, we must employ an inclusive approach where each one of us is able to be actively engaged and involved in determining the future of business,” President Lungu said.
He further called on the business community and citizens to
embrace the digital space in enhancing their trades.
President Lungu said government through the ministry of commerce, trade and industry will continue to render support to the push women network pioneered Lusaka business expo.
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MultiChoice Zambia Supports Copper Queens with USD 20,000 for 2020 Olympic Games
MultiChoice has donated 20,000 USD to the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Organising Committee meant to support the Zambia Women’s National Footbal Team in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, to be held in Japan.
Speaking when handing over the cheque to Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Local organsing committee for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, MultiChoice Zambia, Managing Director, Mr Kobus Bezuidenhout said the qualification of the Copper Queens to the 2020 Olympics would put Zambia on the world map of sport.
“As we celebrate the qualification of the Copper Queens to the 2020 Olympics, we are aware of the many challenges that the association faces in ensuring that our team not only succeed at the Olympics but that their time there is made as comfortable as possible allowing the team to only worry about their opponents and winning the cup. It is for this reason that we are heeding the call by the Football Association of Zambia to offer support to our Women’s National team with a cheque to the value of $20,000.”
Mr Bezuidenhout explained that MultiChoice through SuperSport has been a constant sponsor and supporter of Sports in Zambia having sponsored the local league through broadcast and training of local talent since 2007.
He further said through local sports investments, MultiChoice continued to help clubs develop supporters, skills, and businesses, sponsorships which have created notable growth of the Zambian football industry.
‘’We are very proud of the Copper Queens participation in the Tokyo Olympics as they are representing our country, as It is the first time that Zambia will have representation at the Olympics since 1988, when the men’s national team reached the quarterfinals. I am hopeful that our support will help them perform better, thereby, raising the Zambian flag even higher’’, said Mr Bezuidenhout.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics games will be held from Friday, 23 July to Sunday, 8 August 2021 with Zambia drawn in Group F alongside Brazil, Netherlands and China. The Copper Queens secured a place at the 2020 Olympics games, after beating Cameroon 2-1 and drawing 4-4 on aggregate.
Meanwhile, in receiving a Cheque, Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), Local Organising Committee Chairperson Ms Charity Lumpa thanked MultiChoice Zambia for the support.
“We are so thankful to MultiChoice Zambia for donating 20,000 USD and we believe that this will go a long way in helping the team prepare adequately for the games in Tokyo Japan.”
“It is not easy to raise funds in these times of COVID-19 because many businesses are facing financial challenges. Therefore, this donation from MultiChoice Zambia has come at the right time and will boost morale as we prepare for Olympics 2020.”
“This is a sign that MultiChoice has a strong gender focus and for us, it is a source of pride,” said Ms Lumpa.
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has set up a committee of eminent persons to mobilize fundraising activities for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games led by Ms Charity Lumpa.