Departmental Administrator Attends Professional Administrators Conference South Africa

Posted on June 02, 2023

Cape Town, June 29, 2023 – Mrs. Maryna Botha, our departmental administrator, recently attended the Professional Administrators Conference South Africa (PACSA) hosted by CBM Training in Cape Town. The conference, held at the Lagoon Beach Hotel from May 2nd to May 4th, 2023, brought together administrative professionals from various industries.

During PACSA, Mrs. Botha had the privilege of hearing from renowned speakers who shared their expertise and insights. The lineup included:

  • Grant Driver: An international speaker and business coach, Grant Driver is one of South Africa's leading executives. He provided valuable insights into effective leadership and business strategies.
  • Helen Nicholsen: In her presentation titled "Mindful: How to Stay Sane in an Insane World," Helen Nicholsen offered practical tips for maintaining mental well-being in today's challenging environment.
  • Professor Thuli Madonsela: Known for her expertise in law and governance, Professor Thuli Madonsela shared the secrets to career success, inspiring attendees to unlock their potential.
  • Sechuba Gqeba: Sechuba Gqeba's talk, "The Authentic Journey: Through Hard Work, Dedication, and Drive to Excellence," highlighted the power of determination and resilience in achieving one's goals.
  • Ursula Chikane: Ursula Chikane discussed moving up in life at any stage, encouraging attendees to embrace change and pursue personal and professional growth.

Mrs. Botha expressed her excitement about the conference, particularly highlighting the vibrant Gala Dinner that offered a delightful culinary and visual experience. She eagerly awaits future editions of the PACSA conference, recognizing its value in enhancing her professional skills and expanding her network within the administrative community.

- Author Department of Physiology

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