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Leadership is critical to all industries and businesses irrespective of size or location. We serve business leaders and leadership teams across a multitude of industries.

PERFORMANCE COACHING @ WORK

 

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

 

STRATEGY
 

 

SOFT SKILLS
 

 

COACHING SERVICES
 

 

why choose us

We believe that corporate training’s impact is maximized only when it is delivered within the context and understanding of a business’ strategy.
  • Our custom training programmes improve alignment of talent with strategy. Through performance coaching @ work we assist businesses to transform culture in line with corporate strategy.
  • We help to clarify vision, business strategy and values and achieve talent engagement through leadership education and one-on-one coaching.
  • Our team offers a unique blend of business, executive training, coaching, strategy and organizational wellness experience with international exposure.
  • We are members of COMENSA, International Coaching Federation and Roodepoort Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
  • Our training courses are accredited by Monash South Africa Limited.
  • Themba Thandeka Leadership Institute is a level 4 (EME) BBBEE rated service provider.

Our Clients

Leadership is critical to all industries and businesses irrespective of size or location. We serve business leaders and leadership teams across a multitude of industries. Key clients include Standard Bank, MPC Recruitment, Aurecon, SEW Eurodrive, Shangoni Management Services, ID Logistics, Andile Solutions and KHS.

Personal and organizational effectiveness is proportionate to the strength of leadership.
– John C. Maxwell

“Humanity rarely find new ways to fail, because the old ways are serving us well.” Learn through reflection.
– John C. Maxwell

“Coaching assists leaders with honest reflection, to optimally learn from setbacks and failures.”
HBR

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