This month we’re introducing you to a few incredible woman who go Above and Beyond every day and move our business forward. They will be sharing their personal professional career journey’s with you over the next few months.
A MESSAGE FROM THE REGIONAL PERFORMANCE MANAGER AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA, PALESA MABUZA
Palesa took a moment to share her thoughts on #InspiringFutureLeaders. Her perspective reminds us that much still needs to be done in achieving gender equality in the industry, to ensure that the future of the motoring industry lives up to its full potential through mentorship and continuous learning opportunities.
A MESSAGE FROM THE NETWORK DIRECTOR AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA, VIOLA ROSSOUW
“Decide what matters and what doesn’t. Only be a perfectionist in what matters. Done is better than perfect.”. If this quote resonates with you as much as it resonates with our team, you’ll want to read more about our Network Director’s career experiences and if it’s really possible to achieve that coveted work-life balance.
A MESSAGE FROM DIGITAL MARKETING SPECIALIST AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA, KIM PILAELO
Don’t be scared to speak up! This Women’s Month our Digital Marketing Specialist, Kim Pilaelo, reflects on her experiences and the current local landscape of women in leadership.
A MESSAGE FROM THE MARKETING DIRECTOR AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA, LISA MALLETT
This Month Jaguar Land Rover South Africa's Marketing Director, Lisa Mallett; highlights the contributions of women to the ‘male-dominated’ automotive industry.
A MESSAGE FROM THE HEAD OF HR AND TRAINING AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA, TANYA RAMLAGAN
Society has so many labels for women. This Women’s Month, remind yourself not to fall into the trap of letting others determine who you are through a one dimensional term.
A MESSAGE FROM SHARNIE MALAN, CUSTOMER SERVICE DIRECTOR AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER SOUTH AFRICA
This Women’s Month and beyond, let’s make a point of allowing ourselves to not just see another person’s point of view, but to feel what they are feeling.