“People who became successful went against the odds because they went past their fears and focused on the belief that ‘I can do this’.”- Terrence Kommal
In this episode, Ashutosh Garg engages in a conversation with Terrence Kommal, a medical professional and a highly successful entrepreneur from South Africa. He is the Executive Chairman of Medical Expert Consulting Group, South Africa. Terrence is an alumnus of the Harvard School of Public Health and London Business School.
Terrence shares the three key milestones of his life. He elaborates on why he decided to choose healthcare as a career. He explains the working of his healthcare services business. He examines the key healthcare challenges South Africa is facing and explains the contribution he is making.
Terrence, being an active member of the YPO, shares his experience with the organization. He shares with us his definition of success.
Terrence Kommal, Executive Chairman, Medical Expert Consulting Group (South Africa)
➽ Extraordinary Professor of Practice: Leadership, AI, Machine Learning and Mentorship at Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, NWU
➽ Healthcare Business Network: Global Engagement Chair/Officer (FY2019-2021) and Network Regional Chair – Africa:
➽ YPO Leadership Development Network: Board Member
➽Podcast Host: Leader of Leaders Podcast, Impact at Scale
➽ Former Non Executive Director (member) of the Board of a State Owned Entity (R45 billion entity)
➽ Elected Member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) -Past Finance Chair (2016/7-17/18), EXCO appointment, more than 29000 leading CEO direct contacts.
➽(Former/ ad hoc) Chairperson/Member of the HPCSA’s Road Accident Fund Appeals Tribunal, Pretoria Committee
➽Featured as the November 2012 cover feature leader on the South African Government’s “Public Sector Manager” Magazine. This publication is the pinnacle publication of government, directed at executive level and strategic level decision makers. Previous cover profiles have included Presidents and Ministers.
➽Successful and comprehensively qualified executive with a range of skills and experience in academic, medical, military and business environments.
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Health Leadership Academy, Health Leadership Academy · (2019 – 2019) Harvard School of Public Health
Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme in Health
(ASELPH), (Harvard and Univ Pretoria) · (2013 – 2014)
London Business School
Executive Education, Global CEO’s programme (YPO): Strategy, Finance,
Business, M&A, Governance · (2017 – 2017)
Africa Director’s Programme, (USB-Ed and INSEAD): Corporate Governance,
Leadership, Ethics, King IV · (2017 – 2017)
Mayo Medical School
EEG, EMG and Neurophysiology in Clinical Practice, Neurology,
Neurophysiology, · (2016 – 2016).