Collin Kamalizeni

Collin Kamalizeni
University of KwaZulu-Natal | ukzn · Graduate School of Business and Leadership

Doctor of Business Administration

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Introduction
Collin has published an article on 'Gender inclusive leadership: Exploring Women Under-representation in Public Enterprises, the case of Swaziland' in Journal of Public Administration, (2018)Volume 53 Number 4, pp. 849 – 872. Collin also produced a thesis on Gender Inclusive Leadership: Investigating the under-representation of women leadership in public enterprises, Swaziland as PhD thesis with University of KwaZulu Natal (2019).See other works at Research-gate and Academia. A gender advocate!
Additional affiliations
January 2020 - present
mananga centre
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Involved in capacity building, organizational development and research. Write proposals for capacity building initiatives, supporting students research work, guiding development of theses and the genera training of management programs.
Education
January 2020 - August 2020

Publications

Publications (2)
Conference Paper
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Rampant social crises entangled in deadly African demonstrations, protests and running battles are a callous condition provoking profound reflection on the calibre of leadership occupying different levels in public institutions. We navigate the feasibility of unlocking the women leadership potential seemingly ubiquitous under cultural stereotypes t...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Rampant social crises entangled in deadly African demonstrations, protests and running battles are a callous condition provoking profound reflection on the calibre of leadership occupying different levels in public institutions. We navigate the feasibility of unlocking the women leadership potential seemingly ubiquitous under cultural stereotypes t...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
The aim of this study is to analyse existing key obstacles facing women in assuming leadership positions in public enterprises within sub Saharan Africa. The obstacles identified in the West are used as the starting point to further provide the scope for empirical investigative study.