Are you busy trying to lead a full life. But does it really feel full, or are you stretched too thin? With the nuances of our current reality, and backed up with much scientific research – there is no such thing as work-life balance. However there are four domains: work, home, community and our private self and the idea is to create harmony amongst these realms, rather than trading them off.
This session will challenge the traditional thinking of work-life balance, and explore contemporary approaches to a satisfactory and healthy integration of work and other domains of our lives. There will also be extensive discussion of work-life issues of professionals, and how they navigate through these blurred work-life boundaries.
Our SERIES is open to the world. There will be no specific audience. If you find these topics engaging and KNOW that these conversations can assist you in any facet of your life – we suggest that you CONNECT, LISTEN, PARTICIPATE, and ACTIVELY incorporate the knowledge that you have learnt in your daily lives. Knowledge is power plus ACTION
10h00 – 11h00
SAICA’s CPD policy has changed effective 1 January 2020 from an input measurement basis to an output measurement basis. Learning and the development of professional competence is unique to each member and should be aligned to your personal needs identified in your reflective learning plans. For further information and guidance, go to SAICA’s CPD website. The competencies being addressed in this seminar are:
Decision-making acumen: Judgement and decision-making; Integrated thinking; Professional scepticism
Relational acumen: People skills; Relationship-building skills; Self-management; Managing others
If you are required to log CPD hours (for instance if you are a SAICA Tax Practitioner or registered with other professional bodies or organisations such as the IOD, SAIPA, SAIT etc.), please note that this seminar affords you 2 hours of CPD.
Ciara Reintjes – Senior Executive: Audit and Assurance at SAICA
Leader and manager of the Audit and Assurance Division at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, focusing on member value, and promoting and enhancing the value of the profession in the technical fields of audit and assurance by creating an environment within which members will remain relevant and add value.
Fulufhelo Siphuma – Audit Manager at EY
Fulufhelo Siphuma is a Chartered Accountant In Banking and capital markets & member of IODSA.She is a social entrepreneur & wellness expert who is committed to the UN’s Sustainable development goals of quality education and good health and wellbeing (through prevention of non communicable disease)
She is a sought-after speaker not only in wellness but also business & finance area having been a part of the various panel discussions and part of the finbiz2030 task force which aims to reduce social ills.She is also a radio & tv personality.she has been in stations where she has demystified the chartered accountancy profession.
Victoria Ngono – Executive Director of Girls In STEM Trust
Victoria Ngono is the Executive Director of Girls In STEM Trust in Zimbabwe, a non-profit organisation geared towards empowering young women and girls to take up STEM related studies, occupations and business enterprises. Victoria has been an ICT Professional in various capacities for close to ten years, primarily specialising in Systems Analysis. She is a certified ICT and Digital Skills Trainer, Speaker and Mentor passionate about Digital Transformation as well as Social and Business Entrepreneurship in the field of Technology for women. She is an Associate Member of the Computer Society of Zimbabwe for over 5 years where she has the privilege of serving in the Chapter Executive and being part of the team spearheading Tech Conferences and Events across the country. Working in various capacities with different organisations in Africa, Victoria aims to conscientise young female Africans on the benefits of Digital Literacy in relation to all facets of STEM. With her work cutting across all spheres of her immediate community and beyond, she particularly enables corporate stakeholders to have a fuller share in impacting the lives of many women and girls; through various forms of mentorship to ensure that they successfully become 21st Century workforce ready and Fourth Industrial Revolution relevant.
Please note this session is complimentary.