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.
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.
21 May 2019, 08h30-11h30
Rethinking Your Business for the Digital Age
EY, 3 Dock Rd, V & A Waterfront,
Numbers are limited and preference be given to members of
Business Engage and the 30% Club Southern Africa.
RSVP by 11 May 2019.
Eileen Wilton is a change agent who has significant C-Suite experience having served as CEO (Chief Executive Officer), COO (Chief Operating
Officer ) and CIO (Chief Information Officer ). She has led the Turnaround of ICT Company Gijima; and has been CIO for both Old Mutual and Anglo American.
Following a tough and complex turnaround, Eileen left Gijima well positioned to continue making solid progress.
Eileen is passionate about the opportunities and strategic implications of the Digital Revolution – the 4th Industrial Revolution – and has recently obtained (November 2017) a qualification in Digital Strategies for
the Modern Enterprise from the Emeritus Institute of Management (a business school in collaboration with MIT Executive Education and Columbia Business School). Since then she has completed (February
2018) an Executive Coaching Course with UCT, has completed Training with the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (IoDSA) – the “Being a Director” series. She has just completed (April 2019) her Post-Graduate Diploma in Digital Studies, with distinction, at Emeritus Institute.
She is an accomplished leader and through her company, Crayon Digital, she shares her knowledge through her consulting in and facilitation of Business and Digital Strategy development and the support and development of leaders, which includes her coaching and mentoring of senior executives.
She has recently been appointed to the position of Chairman, for the LSRA.