Consulting

carol-musyoka

Leadership Training

Carol currently provides bespoke training solutions to a number of multinational and locally owned banks in Kenya which range from Leading Change, Managing for Value as well as Leadership Lessons from Disaster Situations.

She is also adjunct faculty at the Strathmore Business School where she is currently the course leader on their flagship Effective Director corporate governance program. She also lectures on several other executive programs at the School.

Carol is also a co-facilitator on Fast Forward, a local leadership development program that provides “Leadership Unusual” insights to Chief Executive Officers and C-Suite Management of leading Kenyan companiesOn an international level, Carol is part of the Durham, North Carolina-based Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) faculty and is involved in providing leadership deliveries for some of their global clients. Duke CE has been ranked number one in the world in Custom Executive Education by the Financial Times and BusinessWeek, from 2003 to 2013.

Carol has also provided strategic leadership training to clients of CapitalPlus Exchange, a Chicago-based organization that provides peer-learning events to small business banking financial institutions in Africa and Asia (www.capplusexchange.org).

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Board Training

Through her past executive and non-executive board positions, Carol brings a wealth of corporate governance theory and practice received over the last ten years. She is able to design distinctive corporate governance trainings for boards as well as undertake board evaluations as an independent evaluator.

Carol currently sits on the boards of East African Breweries Limited and British American Tobacco Ltd both of which are Nairobi Stock Exchange listed companies. She also chairs the board of the Business Registration Services, a newly formed semi-autonomous government agency that oversees the registration of companies, partnerships and insolvencies in Kenya.

She has previously served on, and retired from, the boards of the NSE listed BOC Gases and Trans-Century Ltd., Enablis East Africa (sponsored by the Canadian International Development Agency), Institute of Economic Affairs, SOS Children’s Villages, Opportunity Kenya, WEDCO and the African Legal Support Facility of the African Development Bank. She has also been an executive director at both Barclays Bank Kenya and K-Rep Bank.

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Conference Moderator

Through creating a stimulating and engaged environment for speakers, panelists and audience members at conferences, Carol offers her moderating expertise that provides the right amount of professionalism as well as her well-known razor wit that keeps audience members constantly engaged.

Carol is able to impart linkages between sessions, step in to moderate panels as and if required and pull a red thread of consistency at the end and the beginning of each day.Carol has engaged both local and international audiences and panelists and some of her work can be viewed at the following links.

1. East Africa Property Investment Summit hosted by Terrace Africa Ltd, April 2015,Nairobi, Kenya
2. G20 GPFI Workshop on Financing Entrepreneurship – Innovative Solutions, June 2015, Izmir, Turkey
3. Hybrid Solicitors Annual Lecture-Legal Practitioners Forum, December 2014, Lagos, Nigeria

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