“ It’s about how we pull together in unison, as a team … We all have a choice, we can continue to talk, or we can prepare and understand that there will be hard work involved. We can be humble and know we don’t know the answers, but we do know that we need a new way.”
Khanyi Mlambo

We know that partnerships are fundamental to transforming the built environment for people and the planet to thrive. But how do we drive the significant shifts we need for a world created and built on shared value principles?

Join the Founding President of South African Women in Construction, Khanyi Mlambo, at the 15th Green Building Convention, taking place 2 – 4 November 2022 in Cape Town and Virtually, and explore leadership principles in creating shared value for a sustainable built environment.

Khanyi will discuss responsible business and the impact investing framework as key drivers for societal impact. She will also look at what needs to be done differently to ensure a built environment sector that is equipped to deal with the current and future needs of society and the world.

Khanyi’s name has become synonymous with caring about giving back to communities while also being a mover and shaker in the corporate space. She has worn many hats over the years, including being head of Responsible Business at Old Mutual, various director roles at the Standard Bank Group, and marketing executive and a board member at Corobrick.

In addition to being an avid long-distance runner and mountaineer, Khanyi is also known as a respected adviser and mentor to various stakeholders. She is a Committee Member of the Institute of Directors SA – Social and Ethics Committee, board member of the National Business Initiative, and Southern African HIV and Aids Collaboration. She is an associate of the Shared Value Africa Initiative and a mentor at Geo Counsellors.

Key points you can expect from Khanyi’s plenary talk:

  • Why is the concept of Shared Value key in re-building and sustaining our world?
  • How can design creativity build economic value while ensuring a positive societal and environmental impact? How do we drive inclusive and transformational innovation through responsible business and impact investment principles?
  • What is the role of the built environment profession in securing the environment, building bridges between business and society ensuring that no one is left behind?

What leadership mindset shifts are required to create functional living and working spaces for sustained businesses, societies and the environment?

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