Sylvia Kithinji, a legal professional and head of corporate and commercial law at Ashitiva Associates in Kenya, shares her insights on empowering women in the African marketplace. She highlights the need for consciousness and awareness of the unique barriers women face, such as systemic corruption, stereotypes, and biased career choices.
Keri-Leigh Paschal is joined by Dr Irene Banda to discuss how to support women in the entrepreneurial space. They unpack the challenges faced by women in both corporate and community environments, and emphasise the importance of creating safe spaces for women to be heard, and providing them with tools and training to develop long-term sustainable businesses.
This podcast dives deep into the topic of Biblical Accountability. As the Bible makes it clear, God wants us to embrace accountability in our lives in order to grow. Listen in to this “At the Lake” discussion with Pieter Faure, Winnie Njenga, Joey Mongalo, and Muyiwa Bamgbose, as they explore the concept of healthy accountability and turn the old topic of Biblical Accountability on its head.
There is immense potential for female-led enterprises to drive Africa's transformation and unlock widespread prosperity on the continent. This summary of "At the Lake" highlights the valuable insights shared by Dr Irene Banda, Sylvia Kithinji, and Anthony Farr on how we can empower women to thrive in the marketplace.
In this insightful At the Lake virtual discussion, Dr. Irene Banda, Sylvia Kithinji, and Anthony Farr share their perspectives on the benefits of empowering women in the African marketplace with Susannah Farr. They shed light on the challenges faced by women in their different contexts and explore practical to support and enable women to thrive in the workplace.
Most entrepreneurs struggle to strike a healthy balance between working long hours, running a household, investing in friends and family, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. How do we remain whole-hearted and steward these different facets of our lives well to achieve work-life wholeness?
Balancing our professional and private lives is tough in today's busy world. Irrespective of what industry we're in, most of us struggle to strike a healthy balance between working long hours and running a household and managing a family. This is especially true of Christian business leaders in Africa. Listen to Almero Strauss, Abella Bateyunga, Jacob Zikusooka and Phillipa Geard at the Ziwani "At the Lake" webinar as they discuss how to tackle this challenge.
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