JOHANNESBURG: 30 OCTOBER 2017
Sustaining hope: The key task of a leader in tough times
Join us for this USB Leader's Angle where USB Director Prof Piet Naudé will discuss Sustaining hope: The key task of a leader in tough times.
About the speaker
Piet Naudé holds an MA in Philosophy (cum laude) and a Doctoral degree in Systematic Theology from the University of Stellenbosch. He was awarded the Chancellor's Medal as top student of SU in 1982.
He was appointed professor at UPE in 1992 and later became Dean of Arts and Vice-Rector: Academic at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth. On 1 September 2014 he returned to his alma mater with an appointment as Director of the Stellenbosch University Business School (USB).
He loves writing, and his monograph on the Belhar confession was awarded the Andrew Murray- Desmond Tutu prize in 2011. In the same year he was awarded the Vodacom Journalist of the Year title for his weekly columns in The Eastern Province Herald.
Piet is a past president of the Business Ethics Network of Africa and the African representative on the executive committee of the International Society for Business, Ethics and Economics. He is a non-executive director of the USB-ED Board, a director of The Ethics Institute Board, a Trustee of the Wilderness Foundation Africa, and a member of the steering committee of the European Foundation for Management Development in Brussels.
Piet speaks regularly at national/international conferences and at business consultations and he does consulting on ethics and governance.