Results-driven education for executives
TEXEM (These Executive Minds) was born from the rebranding of These Young Minds in 2013, reflecting our focus on the executive education market. By partnering with major global enterprises and top universities, we have developed a series of educational programmes that address the challenges facing business today, in terms of research, consulting and, specifically for TEXEM, the skills gaps within African organisations.
With a highly experienced, multilingual team that has worked in 20 countries, we collaborate with some of the world's leading seats of learning, as well as private, public and third sector bodies to offer bespoke, cutting edge, learning programmes that meet the needs of modern organisations and are highly relevant for executive professionals in every sector.
Our philosophy makes us different
But what makes TEXEM different is that we are all about you – achieving your career goals and organisational objectives, your aspirations and your learning experience. With years of professional experience in the private and public sectors, including financial services, management consulting, aerospace, technology, telecoms, aviation, pharmacology, retail and consumer goods, wherever your interests lie, we can help further your career goals, while also equipping you with the knowledge to add more value to your organisation.
Our ultimate goal is to provide organisations with the methodology, advice, research knowledge and skills to drive better decision-making and meet the challenges of the modern-day business world.
'We will help you achieve your potential through high-quality education, research and consulting services in partnership with world-leading institutions. We aim to help high-calibre candidates to become better equipped for business and help employers develop their employees with maximum effectiveness.'
Founder & CEO
These are just some of the organisations TEXEM works in partnership with:
Microsoft, Accenture, McKinsey & Co., Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley Motors, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Oxford University Press, University of Cambridge, Aston Business School, Manchester Business School, University of Oxford, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Leicester, Cambridge University Press.
Clive Carpenter, Vice Chairman of the Business Council for Africa, provides delegates with insight into effective board governance
Clive Carpenter, Vice Chairman Business Council for Africa former Managing Director of Diamond Ban
Dr Peter Collecott, former British Ambassador to Brazil, discusses the potential for executive education programmes to influence the way delegates act