Emergence Human Capital
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CEO of Emergence Human Capital
Raun is the CEO of Emergence Human Capital. He has consulted to over 1200 organisations throughout Africa and internationally to numerous multinationals. He provides thought leadership in Reward, and expert consultancy on the most pressing reward issues. He is considered one of Africa’s leading HR & Reward professionals and has given keynote addresses in numerous African countries. He also facilitates the Certified Global Compensation Professional (CGCP) and Certificate in Compensation Management (CCM) certifications on behalf of the Institute of HR Management Education.
Dr. Pat Smythe
Executive Chairman of Emergence Human Capital
Dr Patrick Smythe is the Executive Chairman of Emergence Human Capital. He has consulted to over 1500 organisations both nationally and internationally. He has published numerous articles for journals, newspapers & HR magazines. Pat has over 30 years of HR experience, having held board positions for over 25 years. He has presented at over 200 conferences across the Africa continent and specialises in numerous aspects of HR and Remuneration.
Managing Director of East Africa
Susan has consulted both locally and internationally for Multinationals, Local Corporates, Public sector, NGOs and SMES.Susan is a Human Resources and Organization Development Consultant and the Managing Director of Emergence Human Capital East Africa. Susan has consulted both locally and internationally for Multinationals, Local Corporates, Public sector, NGOs and SMES. Susan has a a great area of specialisation including, Talent management, Job evaluation and Job descriptions, HR policy and procedures review, employee benefits management, organizational strategy, organizational development and career pathing, organizational Restructuring and change management and corporate communication.
Managing Director of Botswana
Pelani is the Managing Director of Emergence Human Capital Botswana. She is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and researcher. Pelani spent many working years as a central banker, at Bank of Botswana, in a number of areas such as research, financial markets, corporate services and regulation and supervision of licensed banks and financial institutions. At the central bank, she rose through the ranks from Economist to become Deputy Director of Banking Supervision Department and ultimately Head of Secretariat Department, which she held when she retired in September 2016. She did research, analysis, advised on and implemented policy, as well as contributed to regular Bank publications including Monthly Review, Quarterly Bulletin and Annual Report, and to Government Budget Speeches and National Development Plans. Pelani earned a MA Economics degree from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1990 and a BA (Economics) from the University of Botswana in 1986. Pelani has benefited from targeted training in multiple industries.
Executive Director of eSwatini
Thabo Magagula is a Post Graduate CFP student with University of the Free State since 2015. He has been in the Investment & Pension Fund space for over 10 years as Senior Executive and Director Level. Besides establishing from infancy Stanlib, NBC Swaziland and Interchange (the first bureau de change in Swaziland). He has served in the Kingdom’s largest Pension Fund as an independent advisor in the Investment Committee from 2006 to 2014 and has participated in its growth since as its part of its five member investment committee from E6B TO E16B. A forever optimist and futurist financial services entrepreneur is very bullish about Africa and especially the Kingdom of Swaziland.