One of the toughest tasks a CEO may face over the course of her career is being charged with the turnaround of a large business that is strategically, financially and/or operationally adrift.
The required actions by leadership will vary by circumstance, but valuable lessons may be gleaned from the experiences of C-level leaders who have been through the turnaround process, successfully or otherwise.
Mark Barnes, former CEO of the South African Post Office and Zaf Mahomed, CFO at Cell C and veteran of multiple corporate turnarounds will join us to share their perspective and engage attendees on how they've implemented turnarounds in large and complex organisations.
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