“There are precious insights to be gained”
For more than 25 years Talita Ferreira has led and inspired either finance or “people”/HR teams, helping to transform team culture, driving, and inspiring change and developing new leadership paradigms for global brands in multiple industries. Specialising in helping leaders reinvent or adapt their leadership style, she talks about her experience of The Management Shift Accreditation Programme for Coaches.
Talita Ferreira: Leading in a Crisis
16 April 2020
Talita has recently changed her material from Leading in Turbulent Times to Leading in a Crisis, advising Leaders on how to best deal with the challenges of isolation, remote teams, and challenging times
Finance Leaders Symposium 2019
In late April, SAICA hosted its inaugural
Finance Leaders Symposium at the main
Convention Centres in Johannesburg and
Cape Town. The event was all about the future
of finance and personal leadership development
The first Finance Leaders Symposium attracted
hundreds of senior finance people to the events, as well as over 60 dynamic speakers and many corporate sponsors and exhibitors, with ABSA as the headline partner.
Becoming an Authentic Leader
6th February 2018
Talita Ferreira left the corporate sector after more than 20 years to promote what she believes is missing in leadership today: authenticity. In this article, she explains how it can unleash the potential of leaders and what role the Sustainable Development Goals can play in business.
Fleet Life meets Talita Ferreira
The Big Little Magazine Company
Talita Ferreira - entrepeneur, published author and professional accountant before taking the leap and setting up her own business.
The Duality in the Crown
Issue 156 - www.thehrdirector.com
Could it be that organisations - or more specifically - HR, have yet to master the art of duality? Duality is the instance of opposition or contrast between two concepts and the art of embracing - as working theory - both concepts, although seemingly opposed and simultaneously preparing for multiple outcomes. Duality is the new requirement for survival in this exceptional challenging time, which is characterised by such volatility and uncertainty
Interview with Talita Ferreira: Authenticity and the building the workforce of 2020
Leonie Mercedes - HRD Connect
4 April 2017
Today’s increased interconnectivity and an ever-accelerating rate of technological innovation calls upon a host of new skills, talents and capabilities from the future workforce.
However, the anxiety brought on by this very connectedness and the demands of modern life could stymie progress.
According to Talita Ferreira, former CFO of BMW UK and founder and CEO of HR consultancy Authentic Change Solutions, embracing authenticity is key to creating happier, more creative and productive individuals.
We caught up with Ferreira for a chat about her research into authenticity and its importance in building the workforces of tomorrow.
Forget about ‘legacy people’, the real problem is ‘legacy managers’
6th February 2017
More and more leaders are talking about the advent of the so-called 4th industrial revolution, but not all of them are implementing the necessary changes to keep up with it. This is especially relevant for big multinationals, which face the tension of having to rethink their strategy, their corporate culture and their leadership behaviours, even though their current models are still producing good results.
Today we talk about these and other issues with Talita Ferreira, former CFO of BMW UK and founder and CEO of Authentic Change Solutions. After more than 11 years in CFO roles in the automotive and financial services industries — and more than 22 years in corporate business — she decided to establish the UK’s first Academy of Authentic Change and start an authenticity revolution. Her new book, “The Authenticity Dilemma Resolved”, is really worth a read.
HRD 2017 Keynote
HR Director Summit
31st January 2017
Multiple changes in world of work that will face us over the coming years. The World Economic Forum predicts a Fourth industrial revolution; resulting in empathy required as the one of the top three business leadership skills. The impact of millennials and the longevity of the workforce will demand tiered employee engagement strategies to ensure success. A higher level of adaptability and mental agility will be required from future leaders. These leaders are already ‘suffering’ from the ‘always on’ syndrome. No wonder well-being and health issues are increasingly important within organisations. The above challenges can be solved with a redefinition of authenticity; where we become more connected and conscious and intuition and purpose are at the heart of what we do.
Successful Women in Business - Coral Edition
Lovely Silks Publishing
27 January 2017
Keeping my Feminine Identity - Being Authentically Me.
"I believe we live in a state of doing, characterised by the ego, fear, limiting self belief, minimising exposure and trying to control situations."
Launch of Talita's Book
16th January 2017
n a rapidly changing world, the race to stay on top in our careers and professional life has meant we often leave behind both the person we are and the person we want to be. In this, her first book, author and businesswoman Talita Ferreira explains why we all need to remain true to our authentic selves or risk burning out and shows just how we can all act authentically - creating a meaningful change and re-connection - within our workplaces, both as individuals and as part of a bigger organisation.
Talita interviewed about BMW's next 100 years when she was the CFO
Business Grapevine - Calum Di Lieto
21 October 2016
Talita Ferreira talks about BMW’s ‘Next 100 years’ and how culture and leadership is vital to success.
BMW celebrated its 100th birthday in 2016 and so, in an exclusive video interview with Business Grapevine, Ferreira talks about the company’s future for the next century.
A CFO Interview
26th August 2016
An interview with Talita Ferreira by Katinahristova