Getting to know the 5’ 2” powerhouse
Passionate about developing people and unlocking the full potential of individuals and teams through strategy, motivation and effective team dynamics, Jane loves to accelerate growth in organisations and individuals.
Working on a diverse range of assignments with corporations crossing equally diverse industries, the extensive experience Jane has over 30 plus (plus) years in business.
Jane’s role as strategic director for Magnetic Storm, sees her co-leading the company’s vision to strengthen and harness its reputation and offering nationally. Her passion for people development, innovation and dynamic thinking is her driving force.
In her quest to make a difference and guide individuals to their true north, Magnetic Minds was birthed in 2018 to guide companies and leaders to find flow. Combining talents in strategy, coaching, team dynamics and partnering with world futurist and her mentor, Roger James Hamilton and globally renowned Entrepreneurs Institute , thier team offers new thinking and dynamic tools to unlock potential. As a collective, they find the flow of teams and organisation through unlocking natural talents within the business. With clear focus on people and processes, they guide the improvement of organisational performance.
They encourage talents, they encourage new thinking, they encourage accountability. They celebrate success and learn from the experiences.
Exporters Eastern Cape
Currently the Vice Chairman of Exporters Eastern Cape, Jane was introduced to Exporters Eastern Cape following running a strategy session for the organisation to improve its offering to members.
It doesn’t stop there…
Named by CEO magazine as SA’s most influential SME businesswoman in 2012, Jane has also been a member of the Board and EXCO member of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber. In fact, she made history when she was the first woman ever to be elected to an office bearer role as she served as Deputy President for two years. In 2018 she was re-elected onto the Board.
Jane has also been Chairman of the Businesswoman’s Association in Nelson Mandela Bay and continued to serve on the national board after her local tenure was completed.
In her younger years, Jane also served on the boards of Childline, Aiesec and various other organisations.
Change is inevitable but personal growth is a choice.