Doris Viljoen is a senior futurist at the Institute for Futures Research (IFR) of Stellenbosch University, and is a member of USB-ED's faculty where she lectures on Scenario Planning and Management Development Programmes.
Lynn McGregor is a USB-ED Faculty Member and Senior Research Fellow at University of Stellenbosch Centre for Corporate Governance in Africa.
Sarah loves to develop and lead change projects to help leaders and organisations to step up to be future fit. She is on part time faculty with USB-Ed and USB Business School, developing and lecturing leaders in transitions.
Danie Eksteen is the founder and lead consultant of Strategic Human Capital Consulting http://www.strategichumancapital.co.za/ and is a member of USB-ED’s part time faculty, lecturing in Leadership and Team Leadership; and Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills.
Cynthia Schoeman is the Managing Director of Ethics Monitoring & Management Services (Pty) Ltd. She is a founding non-executive director of the Ethics Practitioners Association (EPA) and sits on the Investigating Committee of the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA). She has over 15 years’ experience in the field of workplace ethics and governance and is a published author: Ethics Can: Managing Workplace Ethics (2014), Ethics: Giving a Damn, Making a Difference (2012) and An Employee’s Guide to Workplace Ethics (2011). Cynthia has lectured on ethics and governance as external faculty on executive and academic programmes since 2000.
<strong>Grant Wilkinson</strong> is an admitted attorney with a wide range of experience in both consulting and training.
Prof Mias de Klerk is Head of Research as well as Head of the Leadership Group at the USB. In addition to academic positions at the University of Pretoria and the University of the Free State, he also worked in industry in the past. He holds a PhD, MBL and BEng, with a special interest in human capital management, leadership and ethics. At the USB, he chairs USB’s Research Committee and the Departmental Ethics Screening Committee, also serving on the SUN Research Ethics Committee (Humanities). Prof De Klerk has an extensive list of publications and regularly receives awards and media attention for his novel expertise.
MC Botha is senior lecturer on project management at USB-ED and USB and a full member of Project Management South Africa (PMSA).
Roger Maitland is an executive coach who partners with leaders, teams and organisations to develop the adaptive capacity needed to transition to a more sustainable future. He is a faculty member at USB-ED and a director of LifeLab.
Niël Steinmann is a virtual faculty member at USB-ED and teaches leadership and organisational development. He is a specialist in human resources and management, and authored Fundamentals for effective mentoring (2006). His consultancy uses African analogies to develop people and increase performance capacity.
Dr Herman van Niekerk is the Associate Dean for the doctoral business and leadership programs at the University of Phoenix in Phoenix, AZ. The Doctorate in Management, Organizational Learning is the largest program of its kind in the USA with more than a 1000 doctoral students. He lectures in Critical Thinking and Leadership, with a specific interest in strategic leadership and decision-making and how leadership studies must the meet the challenges of the future of work.
Suzanne Hattingh is a USB-ED consultant responsible for providing expert advice and guidance on the design, development and implementation of management and leadership qualifications and training programmes, to ensure that they meet all legal requirements governing education, training and skills development. She is also the owner and manager of Learning for Performance Improvement, a Human Resource Development consultancy, established in 1999.
Prof André Roux is head of the Futures Studies programmes at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. Prof Roux's areas of expertise are business economics and labour economics. His research focuses on globalisation and socio-economic development in Africa. He is also a member of the management committee of the Bureau for Economic Research.
Renata Schoeman is a psychiatrist in private practice, and associate professor in Leadership at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. Her portfolios include brain-based leadership and corporate mental wellness - where she uses her neuroscience background to assist leaders and organizations to function optimally and be healthy.
Oneh Golding is the in-country office manager for USB-ED Botswana where she oversees and manages executive training needs and interest of clients in private, government and parastatal sectors.
Dr Charles du Toit leads a niche consultancy “Dr Charles du Toit and associates” focused on leadership development solutions. He teaches systems thinking and leadership topics at various business schools and corporate clients including USB-ED.
Dr Tienie Ehlers, the Chief Learning Officer at USB-ED, has 22 years’ experience in academia, research and the corporate sector. He trains at business schools and consults on strategic management, leadership and human capital management.