iCUBEFARM, in collaboration with the Ministries of Labor and Public Administration of Equatorial Guinea and the African HR Confederation, hosts its 7th session of the Africa HR Forum – HR Insights Series

The Africa HR Forum continues to promote and empower HR professionals and leaders across the continent by hosting its monthly Pan-African HR event, the Africa HR Forum HR Insights Series. Continuing its efforts to render the HR Insights Series inclusive, accessible and vitalizing, the Africa HR Forum hosted the 7th session of the HR Insights Series viewing session in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea on Friday 16th July 2021. The physical viewing session, which was held at the ICUBEFARM office in Malabo, was attended by EG HR professionals and practitioners, HR Directors and representatives of the Equatorial Guinean Government.

This interactive and highly animated HR Insights Series session was led by the eminent Dr. Dorothy Ndletyana, who is a Fulbright Scholar and senior lecturer at the University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science. She founded and leads Ndletyana Learning, which offers Talent Management Advisory Integral Coaching and Design, Development Facilitation of deeply transformative interventions to a niche client base. Dr. Ndletyana has also published a book chapter, peer-reviewed academic articles and a teaching case study and chairs two GIBS academic committees and Webber Wentzel’s Empowerment Trust.


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During the 7th session of the HR Insights Series, Dr. Ndletyana discussed the topic Talent Management and Personal Branding – what matters most?” and in doing so explored how leaders can make the paradigm shift and how they might want to redesign talent management practices to heal and inspire the workforce.

The session was a highly interactive one, with members of the virtual and physical audience actively participating by asking questions and sharing their opinions and experiences. The Africa HR Forum seeks to establish this hybrid event across the continent due to the demand as well as data collected from the participants’ survey, which is solid proof of the importance of such a platform for HR practitioners and leaders to unite and share practical knowledge and experiences which can be applied for better HR practice in their respective professional milieus.

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We invite you to join us for next month’s session by clicking on the link below to register; For more information about the Africa HR Forum virtual events, please visit  and for any inquiries send an email to [email protected].

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