Welcome to the house of the new, ever-evolving SACBW
Where we unite all our successful business women to lead the industrial evolution.
The SACBW empowers emerging and successful business women to own their unique power and unite their collective strengths to evolve with the business landscape and rise into unimaginable potential, whilst empowering others. Our work is underpinned by the understanding that we have to ever evolve to remain relevant in business and inspired by a reconnection with our true purpose. Watch our video below to see why…
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be healthy, happy and wealthy
We all want to be the best person we can be. We want to be healthy and happy. Health plays an integral part in striving to be the best we can be, but being healthy doesn’t refer to a healthy body only. For you to be the best you, it is important to take care of your overall wellbeing.
The World Economic Forum has identified Emotional Intelligence as one of the critical skills needed for the future of work. In this podcast, Dr. Carmen Maritz and Dr. Wilma Coetzer share valuable insight and information with us with regards to Emotional Intelligence.
n this podcast Elise Coetser is speaking to Lynette Beer about motivation through appreciation. Lynette is one of South Africa’s most acclaimed and prestigious inspirational motivational speakers on Personal Development and Corporate Growth. She has addressed audiences across the globe including places like Time Square, New York, London and Dubai. Before embarking on her career as a motivational speaker, Lynette was one of four directors of a highly successful international group of companies. She was mainly responsible for leadership and human resource development.