The millennial LeaderPreneur: The world is getting smaller, it’s time to think bigger.
Mummy Mthembu-Fawkes is a sought-after young successful entrepreneur, industry pioneer, business speaker, highly regarded social media and branding strategist, MC , accredited facilitator and business coach.
Without any formal university qualifications, an ambitious and determined Mummy had the power of choice; she decided to not let circumstances get in the way of her dreams. Successfully climbing the corporate ladder landing her in specialist, strategic and leadership roles within the telecommunications and IT sector.
She has been the head of business development for South Africa’s second largest Internet Service Provider, and senior Sales accounts manager for the largest telecommunications company in Africa to name a few. After a successful 14 years in the corporate world, she developed and founded her successful natural hair-care range Earthy_sa in 2014 which is recognized and available in every province in South Africa and now venturing to the rest of Africa and beyond.
Being a Millennial leaderPreneur herself , Mummy is passionate about generational synergy in business, connects with the audience through humour and storytelling. She walks the talk with the experience of leading and coaching different generations in the corporate space and current business, Mummy bridges the gap by assisting leaders and organisations understand what they can learn from Generation Y who view leadership, the workplace, communication and brand loyalty completely differently to their forebears, how to get the most out of them and creating cognitive multigenerational workplaces.
- The WOKE leader: Your business in the eye of the millennial
- Lose it all & climb up again ( from losing everything to coming up on top)
- Social media: The double edged sword
- Afrillennials the 1st world thinkers (millenials in africa have 1st world mentality)
- Let’s agree to disagree: why diverse thinking can produce same thinking
- The world is getting smaller. It’s time to think bigger