|Date||Wed 11 November 2020, 10:00|
|-||Wed 11 November 2020, 11:00|
CPD Points 0.1
11 November at 10-11am
Free registration for students and retired SAIMM members
4 speakers from WELL
EMPLOYEE HEALTH & WELLBEING WEBINAR
1. Belinda Carreira, Managing Director
Employee Health & Wellbeing as a Strategic Imperative - 10 min
2. Dr. Zano Tyranes, Head of People
Getting your People's Buy-In - 10 min
3. Maggie Mofokeng, Sustainability Director
Sustainability is Key - 10 min
4. Benn van Coller, Chief Information Officer
How Technology is Changing the Game - 10 min
5. Q&A - 10 min
WELL Managing Director - Belinda Carreira
Belinda qualified as a Chartered Accountant through Deloittes in 1998. Her business experience includes working in Corporate Finance, Financial Control, Banking, Assurance, Strategy Consulting, Tax and Project Management. After completing her articles, Belinda worked in London for a number of years before returning to South Africa. She has a passion for health and wellbeing, and believes that people are the most valuable asset any organisation has. Belinda enjoys finding sustainable, new and innovative health and wellbeing solutions for organisations and delivering these with outstanding service excellence. She believes that measurement, tracking and reporting back on these Investments is a critical success factor for any health and wellbeing programme. She's driven to ensure WELL’s solutions remain at the forefront of the market and guarantee sustainable employee health and wellbeing.
Belinda's a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountant's Health and Wellbeing Advisory Group.
She also co-founded #SustainableSA, a project that provides an educational and interactive platform assisting South Africa to achieve the SDG's by 2030.
WELL Head of People – Dr. Zano Tyranes
Zano is an experienced healthcare manager with over 15 years’ experience. Zano has worked at several academic institutions which compliments his degrees in business management, pharmacology and organisational behaviour (which include an M.Tech.Chiropractic, M.Sc.Med., and an MBA). He has successfully integrated business leadership with clinical practice bringing insights from his MBA into healthcare. He is a skilled people manager and able to coach and manage teams and individuals effectively. Zano is an excellent networker and highly skilled at developing stakeholder relationships and selling change initiatives. He's passionate about helping people achieve their health and life goals.
Zano has much experience in organisational effectiveness, particularly within the healthcare and education fields. He's able to successfully align resources and people with the overall strategic and business goals of an organisation.
Zano returned to South Africa after spending seven years in the UK and Europe. He's very familiar with international, especially the UK, customs and norms. He's very knowledgeable on healthcare and the health funding sector. Zano is familiar with various legal frameworks, compliance issues and has been involved in various bodies and committees in the healthcare sphere. He has a global view on business. Zano has his own Chiropractic practice, Flow Wellness (http://www.flow-wellness.co.za).
WELL Sustainability Director - Maggie Mofokeng
Maggie is a qualified Chartered Accountant with a strong business acumen having worked alongside chief executives, directors and top executives in strategic decision making, growing organisations and organisational management. Maggie has strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills with a proven track record in driving individuals, teams and strategic business units in meeting and exceeding organizational goals. Maggie’s experience includes working at Deloitte and the Auditor General of South Africa. She has also worked in senior and executive levels in public entities such as the Competition Commission, Department of Public Enterprises and Wholesale and Retail SETA having interactions with various governance structures including the Board, Board Committees and Audit and Risk Committees. Maggie is the chairperson of the Audit Committee of the Competition Tribunal and member of the Risk Committee. The organization has won awards for integrated reports since she has been chairperson. Maggie has worked extensively on sustainable goals reporting in South Africa and how Government can monitor progress in terms of the SDG AGENDA for 2030. Maggie has extensive experience in auditing, corporate financial accounting and reporting, finance information systems, business process management, strategy development and implementation, risk management, corporate governance, sustainable development reporting, performance management and evaluation and management consulting.
WELL Chief Information Officer – Benn van Coller
An experienced IT/ Technology Governance Executive, qualified professional Accountant CA(SA) and MBA-holder, with over two decades of experience as seasoned head of IT & Digital transformation, IT Governance & Data Protection, IT Projects and Programmes, Solutions Architect and Head of Business Operations.
Benn van Coller consistently ensures profitable business growth with application of Shared Services and IT to drive cost management and organisational renewal. His vocational path is correspondingly balanced between delivery of consulting, Finance and IT services for Aiken & Peat IT auditors, ISCOR Internal audit, Arthur Anderson Public Auditors, and business management. He has fulfilled senior leadership roles at a Remgro and Venfin start-up, CommsCo, Tracker Vehicle Telematics, Telesure Insurance & Financial Services and, most recently, MiX Telematics. Having consulted at C-suite level to Pharmaceutical, Medical Services, Logistics, Tech Sourcing, Insurance, Media and Communications, Process Manufacturing and Mining industry clients, Benn holds a neat fold of IT and Finance Executive experience in business operations, complex call centres and IT operational support.
In his spare time, Benn lectures at the University of Johannesburg on the topics of Governance, Ethics, Project Finance and Decision-making, Green Economy and the Time Value of Money to 3rd year Electronic School of Engineering students.