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New thought-leadership event presented by the Durban ICC and Innate Motion

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Durban ICC partners with Global Humanizing Company, Innate Motion, to help Africa rise to the Challenge of a Lifetime, as the continent enters a new era.
The Durban ICC today announced that bookings for its 2nd “Thought Leadership” event are now open! The selected topic for this event is one that will no doubt spur on controversial conversations and heated discussions as it challenges businesses and leaders to look within and to act on what is good for all and not just for one: “Greed is Good vs Generosity Pays”

Indeed, entrepreneurs and country leaders alike can make a profit and run nations using either of these philosophies, but which one is better for the greater good and world population as a whole, especially considering the current economic climate.

The “Taker Code” has one winner and all others lose, the “Giver Code” embraces an ecosystem of winners who all thrive,” says Innate Motion SA Director, Kanchana Moodliar.

It is well known that across the African continent there is dire poverty, AIDS, lack of education, child labour, and myriad social ills. The “Taker Code” is most rife in Africa and change needs to happen. It needs to happen right here and it needs to happen right now.

Commenting on the Thought-Leadership concept, Durban ICC’s Marketing, Sales and Events Director, Mala Dorasamy noted, “As Africa’s leading convention centre, it is fitting that the Durban ICC has taken the lead in shaping and facilitating the country’s leadership agenda.”

In a co-creative session with business, brand and political leaders, Christophe Fauconnier, the global CEO of Innate Motion will facilitate the session demonstrating how to be more generous in business as leaders, while remaining highly profitable too. The esteemed panel who join him will be put to the test by the audience and there will be working sessions where “Generosity Pays” thinking and the Giver Code will be applied to collaborate on creating a prosperous city, country and continent that leaves an example that future generations can respect and uphold.

The session will be held on 13 March at the Durban ICC from 1:30pm.

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