Please note: there has been a change of venue from Basil Read to Carnival City for this event.
General manager of Global Lead Consulting Miskyah Toth is proud to be giving a talk at the Captains of Industry event taking place in Gauteng later this month. This annual event showcases some of the best companies, businesswomen and men in South Africa who can give tremendous value to attendees by imparting the knowledge and expertise they have gained through years of experience and being at the forefront of their respective industries.
Miskyah will be speaking on various topics relating to business success from her own vast experience including the meaning of mandate, what makes a strong leader, leading vs. following, how to be the best leader you can be both within your company and in your industry, and effectively utilising your biggest resource – your people.
Global Lead Consulting is an IT recruitment specialist firm doing things differently. Quickly becoming the leader in the IT recruitment field in South Africa, they know their gold lies within their people, and therefore they invest in them. Through a strategic and consultative approach, Global Lead Consulting builds a workforce staffing strategy for their clients with the right people, skills and competencies, exactly when and where they are needed.
Miskyah was the first employee of Global Lead Consulting starting in February 2013. Today, 4 years later, the company has over 140 employees nationally and internationally and is still expanding rapidly, doubling its number of employees and turnover in 2016.
She was nominated Business woman of the year by Nedbank in 2004 and in the same year won an International award from Swisscontact for her business acumen. She has hosted various radio programs over the last decade which focused on predominantly business related matters. To give back to society, she heads an organisation called Woman for Change which has a vision to inspire and encourage woman to reach their full potential and positively influence their own environments.