Training Course:

Leadership for Technical Women

Leadership is not a position: it is a frame of mind. Once appointed to a leadership position, the journey through Maxwell’s five levels of leadership – based on position, relationships, performance, mentorship to others and reaching the pinnacle – begins. To become the inspirational leader who builds a loyal, high performance team requires skills, a positive attitude and supportive behaviour that can be cultivated. Hence, it is a choice.

The purpose of the two day programme is to offer leaders and potential leaders the opportunity to hone the skills and adopt an attitude that will support the delegate on her leadership journey.  Delegates of the programme will gain theoretical understanding of – and experience in – specific leadership skills.

Who Should Attend?

  • Women in leadership positions
  • Women being mentored for leadership positions
  • Women intending to become future leaders

Professional Trainer

Dr Michele Kruger

Dr. Michele Kruger completed her Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate Degrees in Civil engineering at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. She is a professionally registered engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa, where she previously served as deputy chair of the ECSA Communication and Information committee. Michele previously served as Board Member of Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and has been part of FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers) since 2007. She chaired the FIDIC Young Professionals Forum, served on the FIDIC Sustainability committee and chaired the FIDIC Capacity Building Committee. She is currently a Mentor for the FIDIC Young Management Training Program that develops the top young engineers from around the world and as such is a FIDIC accredited trainer in Business Development. She helped launch the CESA Women’s Forum and chairs the FIDIC Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Michele has a great passion for engineering and the development of young talent and women in STEM and has written a book titled ‘’The development of Young Professionals and Women in STEM careers” published by Taylor & Francis Group (USA) in September 2019.

Programme Director

Dr Hannelie Nel
Director of Tennelli Industries (Pty) Ltd

Venue Details

Consulting Engineers (SA),
Balvenie Building,
Kildrummy Office Park,
c/o Witkoppen and Umhlanga Rd.
Paulshof,
Johannesburg.

Contact Details

Please contact Dr Hannelie Nel for further information and arrangements
for the training.
Email: hnel@tennelli.com
Phone: 082 924 6059
Website: www.tennelli.com