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20 February 2020 – LeadersWalk: Cape Town

The Leaders’ Walk has been created to nurture the development of aspiring leaders and to help them unlock their future potential. This is done during an interactive networking breakfast that will encourage meaningful engagement and dialogue.

THE FORMAT
Each table is hosted by a leader in their field who imparts knowledge, experience and words of wisdom to the table, while directing the conversation.

Roy Clarke

Roy Clarke

When
20 February 2020 , 08h30 – 11h30

Topic
The Power of Possibility in the age of Digital Transformation.

Guest Speaker
Roy Clark
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Location
House of J C Le Roux
Devon Valley
Devon Valley Road
Stellenbosch

Cost
Free of charge. 
Numbers are limited and preference will be given to Business Engage and 30% Club members.

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Contact
Colleen Larsen
Phone: 0843539865

RSVP by 14 February 2020.

 
Proudly sponsored by Distell

Proudly sponsored by Distell


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Speaker profile

Roy Clark is a passionate Human Capital Strategist, Keynote Speaker, Moderator, Digital Transformation Expert and Entrepreneur with 15 years’ experience in Human Capital and Leadership Coaching. Roy is the founder and Managing Director of ClarkHouse Human Capital, a bespoke Human Capital and Talent agency servicing blue-chip organisations in Africa.
Roy has conducted keynote addresses at conferences and strategic breakaways throughout Southern Africa, and is an expert on topics that include:

  • Leadership Legacy
  • The Impact of Digital Transformation on Work/li>
  • Future Talent Trends
  • High Performance Teams

Diversity (Including Gender Transformation) Why HR and Corporate Innovation are Mutually Exclusive Roy specialises in assisting businesses transform their Human Capital Methodologies and has featured on Cliff Central (Future CEO’s) and Classic FM Business. He has spoken and moderated sessions at annual CFO South Africa Awards ceremonies, the Africa Finance and HR Indabas, the Compliance Institute of South Africa and the GCMA CIMA Africa Conference to name a few.

His keynote addresses add raw authenticity to highly researched, factual and visually stimulating motivational sessions that give maximum impact to audiences, engineering change throughout the entire organisation.
Roy’s background in the Transactional and Payments Banking industry, both locally and internationally, served well to facilitate a deep understanding of the finance industry. This, together with his passion for people and relationships led him to work within the Human Capital environment.

Roy works closely with professionals who want individual, expert career advice, as well as certain NGO’s and upcoming entrepreneurs who are looking for guidance on leadership and strategy.