Billy Selekane CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is an Author, Internationally acclaimed Inspirational Keynote Speaker, Personal, Team and Organizational Effectiveness Specialist.
He is Executive Chairman of Billy Selekane and Associates with associated footprint in Sweden, UK, USA, Middle East, Australia and Singapore an Action Learning, Strategy Formulation, Team, Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership Development Organization.
His focus is in Personal, Team and Organizational Effectiveness, which he delivers through, Customized Keynotes and Client Centric Interventions.
He works in Asia, Europe, UAE, UK and the USA as well as various African countries, including Botswana, Kenya, Namibia and Nigeria for fortune 500 companies such as 3M Sub-Sahara Africa, ADT Security, African Bank, Development Bank of South Africa, DTI, Eskom, International Youth Fund, Maps UK, Nike Southern Africa, Nokia, Pam Golding Properties, Roche Pharmaceuticals, SEFA, Swedish Institute of Public Administration, Wesbank to name but a few.
He is Past President PSASA (Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa) 2006-2007, a Life Member of XL-Foundation a Singapore based organization with a special focus on entrepreneurship and social upliftment.
1st South African speaker to speak at a General Assembly NSA (USA) convention.
He is an in-house Inspirational Speaker at Radio 2000 breakfast show every Monday.
He is a regular featured guest at a Gauteng based radio station Kaya FM with a listenership of + 2 000 000 daily where he inspires and give advice on Personal, Leadership , Organizational and Team Effectiveness issues.
He featured as a regular Motivational/Inspirational Speaker on SABC 3’s The World Today programme with a viewer ship of +3000 000.
He has inspired over 30 million people globally through his Bespoke Keynotes, Seminars, Client Centric Interventions and his book “From Barefoot to Snakeskin Shoes.
Billy believes that motivating your target audience is not enough, you should inspire them to change their belief systems and act upon decisions they make through a transformational process rather than an information sharing session.