Siphiwe Moyo is an international professional speaker. He applies behavioural science principles and practices in organisations to increase individual and organisational effectiveness. An Adjunct Faculty member at GIBS, Henley and Stellenbosch business schools, Siphiwe Moyo teaches Organisational Behaviour, Personal Effectiveness and Organisational Change. He held various senior management positions in Corporate South Africa before becoming a full-time speaker & facilitator.
Siphiwe is also a strategy and process facilitator and MC.
He has presented to a large number of blue-chip companies, both locally and abroad, including Nedbank, Barclays Africa, First Rand, Coca Cola, MMI Holdings, Tiger Brands, Discovery Holdings, Sanlam, Old Mutual, AECI, Massmart Holdings, Aspen Pharmacare, British American Tobacco, Business Connexion, Murray & Roberts, Total SA, Sibanye Gold, Sappi, Liberty, Stanlib, Arcelor Mittal, Hollard, Pick n Pay, Pep, Sun International, Tsogo Sun, SAP, Oracle, Sabinet, Spar, Forward Networking (Netherlands), Salvo Global (Singapore) and many more.
Siphiwe holds a Masters in Business Administration, an Executive Development Programme, a B Comm. (Honours) in People Development and a Bachelor’s Degree (cum laude) in Human Resources. He is also a Certified International Retail Banker (CIRB). He is the Chairman of the Board at the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP).
Siphiwe’s MOST requested talks:
1. Get over it! For some reason, Moyo says that many people believe ought to be easy. This keynote is a hard-hitting, humorous presentation of hard facts about life that is meant to challenge participants to get over ANY situation that they may be in.
2. Position yourself for progress : In business there’s a concept called Strategic Positioning – and it’s about how a business positions itself in the market for success.In this talk, Siphiwe uses the concept of strategic positioning to talk about personal positioning; how people can use these principles to position themselves for career and life progress.
3. The Pain of Preparation: The things you go through when you’re being prepared for a significant assignment and HOW you should respond. This leadership development talk is exclusively for talented junior and middle management employees who are being earmarked for significant roles. It would be most relevant when launching a new leadership development programme
4. Forging ahead in a tough economy: In this talk, Siphiwe speaks about those things you can change in a tough economy to improve personal and team productivity.