The aim of the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies’ Leaders on the Move mentorship initiative, presented in association with the JSE, is to encourage upward mobility among future leaders by providing them with an opportunity to interact and learn from carefully selected business leaders. At the most recent Leaders on the Move event, which took place in Johannesburg, a select group of budding entrepreneurs heard about the leadership philosophy and styles of three successful business leaders in the financial services sector. Head of securities at PSG Wealth, Grant Meintjes, said trading – like teaching – is a calling. People either love it or hate it. The introduction of online trading has made stockbroking a much more competitive industry, he said. A leader, he said, should lead by example, be approachable, knowledgeable and treat people fairly. Meintjes said he had a consultative style of leadership and described himself as goal orientated and a perfectionist. He has learnt over time to ...

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