BCL mine on a journey to develop leaders

SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL Managing Director, Daniel Mahupela has said that the success of the Polaris 11 strategy requires a leadership team with authenticity and a value system that is consistent with the ideals of a robust mining enterprise.

Speaking during the graduation ceremony for 34 BCL employees, who were studying at the University of Johannesburg under the leadership development programme (LDP) on Tuesday, Mahupela said the mine has embarked on a journey to build leaders that are steadfast as it undertakes to transform into an enterprise.

As part of the Polaris 11 strategy, BCL intends to spread its footprint nationally and internationally to new emerging opportunities.

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