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Gordon Institute of Business Science

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Gordon Institute of Business Science

26 Melville Road Illovo, Sandton

Johannesburg,2196

South Africa

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Mott Foundation World Cup Blog - Our Writers

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Anthony Prangley, manager
Anthony Prangley, manager Anthony works for the Gordon Institute for Business Science (GIBS), where he has helped build the Dialogue Circle - a series of programs that develop the next generation of South African leadership. Anthony's professional interests include the study of democracy in countries in transition, social change in the contemporary era and active citizenship. Prior to joining GIBS, he was the founder of the Gumboots Foundation. Anthony also worked as a participatory planner and researcher for CREATE Consultants, specializing in the mobilization of large rural communities to design and manage government-funded development project in Swaziland, Mozambique and South Africa.


Meet the Associates! — Pioneers of Change

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Anthony Prangley - anthony@pioneersofchange.net
Anthony Prangley graduated from Wits University, Johannesburg with a BSc Honours in Geography and later studied Anthropology in Colombia. He initially worked in public participation on large government projects in Mozambique and Swaziland. He then co-founded a small NGO (www.gumboots.org.za) to connect South Africans overseas with positive change at home. He is currently working with the Gordon Institute of Business Science hosting dialogue on improved action to bridge the economic divide (www.gibs.co.za/imagination). He designs and develops issue-focused learning journeys to tap into the hidden knowledge of the township. He also facilitates Gumboot Dancing (www.gumboot.tk) workshops to team build and connect with the African within.


Leadership Coaching & Development | Flourish! 2014 Collaborators

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Anthony Prangley | Gordon Institute of Business Science
Anthony has a story to tell about the implementation of the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit in the build up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.


news.kuwaittimes.net

"There's a part of Mandela in each of us," said Anthony Prangley, a lecturer at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, a University of Pretoria business school whose campus is in Johannesburg.
Prangley, the business school lecturer, said a great leader doesn't just inspire and have many followers, but also reaches out to other constituencies. President Obama energized crowds early on but now struggles to rally people when things sour, according to Prangley, who praised Mandela's political skill. "He understands when to push and when to bring other people to the table," he said of Mandela's skill in balancing firmness and compromise. Prangley said he met Mandela as a student volunteer in Mozambique in the late 1990s, recalling how the former president told him and his young colleagues that it was a "wizened" group of older leaders who had led the negotiations that ended apartheid. "In South African society, it was the older generation who began to compromise and brought change," Prangley said.


www.heraldsun.com

"There's a part of Mandela in each of us," said Anthony Prangley, a lecturer at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, a University of Pretoria business school whose campus is in Johannesburg.
Prangley, the business school lecturer, said a great leader doesn't just inspire and have many followers, but also reaches out to other constituencies. President Obama energized crowds early on but now struggles to rally people when things sour, according to Prangley, who praised Mandela's political skill. "He understands when to push and when to bring other people to the table," he said of Mandela's skill in balancing firmness and compromise.


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