3rd Tuesday of the month
- Jeanne-Elvire Adotevi Biliès
- Sarah Jessie-Appiah
- Alice Rwigema
3rd Tuesday of the month
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Dr. Terry Jackson is a dynamic Executive Advisor, Thought Leader, TedX Speaker and Organizational Consultant. Terry is a member of the prestigious Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches and was recently chosen by Thinkers50 as one of the top 50 Leaders in Executive Coaching. He is a consultant/speaker for the US State Department International Information Program. Terry also led a $500 million-dollar division of a public company in which the emphasis was on Sales and Operations.
Terry earned his PhD in Management, with a concentration in Leadership and Organizational Change, in 2007. Consistent with his purpose of “helping others improve their quality of life,” Terry has been a Coach since 2003. He started as a Business Coach and in 2011 earned his certification as an Executive Coach through the Center for Executive Coaching. Terry has since earned the Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centering Coaching certification.
As an Executive Coach, Terry has helped executives and organizations execute more effectively to produce sustainable behavioural and achieve their desired results. Terry has served as Business Coach for startups and coached executives at Pinterest, Google, Intel, ExxonMobil, Norfolk Southern Corp, Valassis, DellEMC, New York Life, Pakistan Government, Amazon and IBM.
Terry is the author of “Transformational Thinking: The First Step Toward Individual and Organizational Greatness.” He has also contributed to articles in Forbes, Chief Executive Magazine and LinkedIn. He is also a Certified Sales Trainer through the Center for Executive Coaching.
Dumi Magadlela, PhD, is a human behavior practitioner, a certified international Executive Coach and Leadership Development Facilitator based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Currently, Dumi works as a Programme Manager in the Pan African Capacity Building Programme (PACBP) at the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA). He is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) in good standing, and currently serves as a Trustee on the international Board of Trustees of the ICF Foundation, promoting the use and value of coaching globally. He is one of the Founding Board Members of the Africa Board for Coaching, Consulting and Coaching Psychology (ABCCCP).
In his work, Dumi uses Emotional Intelligence, Gestalt principles, and Ubuntu Coaching approaches (and practices) to ignite human excellence within leaders and individuals, in teams, and across organisational systems. He has been helping organizations develop agile and high-performance cultures and teams for over 20 years. Dumi is passionate about helping leaders navigate the modern high-tech and digital work place to co-create the #NextNormal. He facilitates skills development sessions to promote and develop coaching ways-of-being that help re-humanize the fast-changing world of work. Dumi is a Senior Faculty member at The Integral Africa Coaching Centre in Cape Town and Johannesburg, where he delivers a module on the African Coaching Context. He is part-time Faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School where he delivers a module on African Team Coaching Fundamentals in the MPhil in Management Coaching.
Dumi has recently (2020) been invited to serve as Associate Faculty in the newly established team-coaching certification programme at the Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), where he facilitates engagement sessions. He is among international coaches supporting the pioneering Ethical Coach team coaching NGO leaders in Ethiopia. He has featured as a speaker on WBECS webinars presenting on this work. Dumi works across the African continent delivering leadership, coaching, mentoring, training, and organisational culture sessions in-house and among partner institutions. He is co-editor of a pioneering industry-based publication on African coaching and consulting, aimed at giving a voice to unpublished views.
He regularly features on radio and television programmes discussing coaching and personal effectiveness. He also writes children’s books from a coaching perspective. He is an advocate of Afro-centric coaching being introduced early in children’s education, and across school curricula in Africa.
Barbara set up Insolitus Nigeria Ltd, an Organisation & Talent Development Consultancy, after 21 years of extensive experience and career with the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC). She joined Shell as an Environmentalist and held various positions including Issues management Adviser at the Shell Centre, London; Head, External Relations Strategy & Planning, Transformation Manager, Communication &Change Manager and the Regional Organizational Effectiveness, Change & Planning Manager, Shell Africa. Her last two positions included being a Trusted Adviser to SPDC Directors and an Internal Coach; also to help the leadership to drive and move change program, including embedding the 9 Planets (Leadership Behaviours) hence extensive networking with directors and other senior leaders in the company and around the Shell Group worldwide. All these experiences have helped to build Insolitus where she Consults, Train and Coach individuals to be better than before. She has over 10years coaching experience both in the Corporate world and as an Independent Coach.
Lucia Labouchere is a leadership and career development coach based in Malawi and working internationally with private clients and organizations, creating and facilitating workshops and running one to one coaching programs. She is a director of the Professional Coaching Institute in Malawi and she has designed and run a number of programs for the Malawi Leadership Program. Following a career in executive search in London where she worked with investment managers, she became increasingly interested in individuals’ behaviour and how that impacts the work environment. She moved to Malawi in 2009 and set up her coaching business in 2012.
Lucia is driven to understand the fundamental interests of people, what makes them operate at their best and how they can perform at a top-level, fulfilling their potential, particularly as leaders. She has a post-graduate diploma in psychotherapy and is an International Coach Federation accredited coach and mentor coach with more than 1700 hours of coaching. She is also currently studying for an MSc in Organisational Psychology.
Sonia Kubwimana is a Rwandan business executive with a career in Finance, Human Resources and General Management spanning over 25 years. Throughout her career, she has served in Senior Management Finance and Executive Human Resources roles for Bralirwa Plc, the Heineken operating Company in Rwanda.
Currently , Sonia is an entrepreneur and a business leader in the coffee, tourism and hospitality sectors in Rwanda, a Human Resources consultant , a mentor, a certified professional independent coach and facilitator providing Executive coaching services through Breakfast Club Africa.
Sonia sits on the board of BK Group Plc, a leading financial institution in Rwanda, and is a member of the General Assembly of SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda. She is also a former member of the Rwanda National Labor Council. Furthermore, she belongs to various professional membership organizations including the International Women Coffee Alliance (Rwanda Chapter), the Rwanda Tourism and Travel Association (RTTA), the Rwanda Hospitality Association (RHA), the African Women Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP) and the Rotary International(RI).
Sonia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Administration from the University of Burundi and Executive Education certificates from INSEAD , IMD, London Business School and Harvard Business School.
She is fluent in French , English, Kinyarwanda , Swahili and Lingala.
Daisy has over 30years experience in business development having led organisational teams in driving business and market growth in both local and international public and private sector organisations. She has multidisciplinary executive and board experience from work in logistics and supply chain management, international development agency work, professional accountancy development work and financial services. Daisy’s work experience has spanned Southern African markets for which she had market development headship and from Johannesburg, SA and eventually global strategic relationships oversight when she worked for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, ACCA. She has also been a key driver of Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Reporting, a thought leadership agenda that is increasingly becoming a competitive differentiator of businesses across Africa. She was the oversight for ACCA Annual Sustainability Reporting Awards for 5 years, that saw the participations of up to 40 premier companies in the market.
Daisy is passionate about people and corporate development and believes that a visionary and strategically empowered people can turn Africa’s narrative into a supremely positive one. Her passion is channeled towards coaching African legacy leaders who are critical to organizational and economic sustainability across the continent, and purposeful nurturing of the next-generation of innovative minds. Her strengths-based approach to coaching and training recognizes the unique African paradigm and way of being, that deserves to be honoured and used as competitive capital both locally and on global stages.
Daisy founded Platinum Black, a coaching, training and consulting business as the vehicle to drive her Africa leadership development passion. She is also currently serving as a member of the National Olympics Committee Marketing Commission, Membership Committee of the Institute of Directors, Trustee of Grace Ministries Mission and as Vice-Chairperson of a newly established Clean Cities Initiative
Daisy, holds a MPhil of Management Coaching from Stellenbosch University, MA in Marketing from the University of Central England (now Birmingham City University) and a MBA from the Heriot –Watt University.
Peter is an Internationally Certified Executive Coach, Consultant, Trainer, Renowned Speaker, and Business Adviser.
He is a corporate Board member and advisor to several Boards including but not limited to; ESKOM (U), Equity Bank, Baylor College of Medicine which is based both in Mulago Hospital and Houston Texas and Kampala Archdiocese.
Dr. PK is the Board Chairman of Tondeka Metro (TMC) and the Vice President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Uganda Chapter. He was awarded One of the World’s 101 most fabulous Global Coaching leaders in 2020 by the World Human Resource Development Congress (HRD)
He is a Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF) and a member of the Association of African Business Schools – AABS. Peter is also an Adjunct Faculty – Strathmore Business School and a member of the American Management Association. He is also an Associate of the Uganda National Academy of Sciences and a regular guest speaker at major universities like Harvard.
He is the founding Member of the Association of Management Consultants of Uganda (AMCU), the founding member of the Association of Uganda Coaches and Mentors, and a member of the Financial Sector Deepening Initiative of the Executive Coaching Association for Africa (FS-ECA).
His qualifications include
Leadership Developer, Author, International Platform Speaker, Certified Executive Coach, Management Consultant, and Organization Transformation/ Business Turn-around Specialist with experience in transforming public, private, and civil society entities.
Simon is a Kigali based strategy resource with close to 15 years employment experience in the corporate world spanning manufacturing, financial and healthcare in human resource and operations. Since 2013 Kibe has used this experience to support organizations as a Management Consultant in the HR space. He loves to see organizations that have staff and systems that are aligned to their purpose. He does this through talent acquisition, training, coaching, general consultancy and organization alignment reviews and cascading.
Qualifications and Credentials
o Certified Professional Coach – CDI
o MBA – Strategic Management
o HRM Course
o Bachelor of Arts – Education
Executive Leadership: I have had opportunity to rally my direct reports around the company vision which inspired those I worked with to participate actively in the attainment of key goals, objectives, and the overall mission.
Organization Development: Both as an employee and now a consultant I have had the privilege of supporting organizations to improve capacity through the alignment of strategy, structure, people, rewards, metrics, and management processes. This I have done at different levels from setting up new processes, developing policies or the setting up and developing of new departments from scratch.
Operations Management: As the General Manager at The Nairobi Women’s Hospital/GVRC. I was involved in overseeing major renovations and launching of services at a new entity. This was a
daunting task because it called for not just having the right hardware and processes in place but also developing a culture that would endear the new entity to clients. The aim was to create the highest level of efficiency possible within the Hospital to not only achieve breakeven faster but to ensure profitability.
Human Resource Management: A highly experienced Human Resources professional, with a record of facilitating profitability through specialist development and running of human resource operations; hands on experience in building and developing top performing teams and setting up HR departments from scratch. Skilled at managing a full spectrum of HR programs, services and functions. Has a keen interest in employment laws, compliance, benefits in both unionized and non-unionized environments.
Coaching: As someone who has been in Human Resources space, I assumed I knew what coaching was and thought I practiced it over the years. However, going through the theory and practice of coaching has now truly equipped me to be a great coach. I now approach coaching from a nonprescriptive approach yet hold clients accountable for what they come up with and commit to do in line with their goals.
Mavuto Kapyepye is an international consultant in Institutional Development (OD); a leadership and career coach, author and an entrepreneur based in Blantyre Malawi. He has over twenty-five years’ career in both private and public sectors including education, media and technology. Mavuto has conducted livelihood research and facilitated workshops across over thirteen African Countries. He became a fulltime entrepreneur in 2005. He is the founder and CEO of the international award-winning Mlambe Consulting Africa (MCAf) and later also founded Muhinje Farm in 2007, an agro enterprise. He has recently founded Musisi Technologies, a financial services provider holding four franchises in the financial sector through agency banking and mobiles money services.
Mavuto Kapyepye has consulted for the World Bank, USAID and the UN system. He is a member of the international team of trainers (A-TEAM) for the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD). As an author, he has several publications and an international book, Resource Mobilization for NGOs in the Developing World: Current and Emerging Practices (2013). He sits on several Boards and has received a number of awards including an International Star Award for Quality (ISAQ) in Geneva, Switzerland for displaying a commitment to quality, leadership excellence, technology and innovation.
Mr. Wilben Short is a Sierra Leonean who has over thirty-years board level experience in the Consulting, Hospitality, Transport and Event Management industries both in Sierra Leone and the United Kingdom. Mr Short is a partner at CTI Consulting, a leadership coaching and executive training company.
Wilben holds a combined honours degree in Physics and Electronic Engineering from Leeds University and an MBA from Cranfield Business School. He is also a certified trainer by the John Maxwell Institute program “Developing The Leader Within You.”
Miriam von Borcke Matutu is a Leadership and Team Coach and with over 15 years of experience in the development/ NGO sector. Besides being a coach, she also represents COMUNDO, a Swiss NGO, as Country Director in Zambia.
Miriam is a graduate of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, holding a MA in International Relations. She holds a post-graduate certificate in coaching and coaching psychology from the Pretoria Centre for Work Based Learning and is a member of the African Board for Coaching, Consulting and Coaching Psychology (ABCCCP). She is also an accredited Journey Practitioner.
In her various previous roles in NGOs, Intergovernmental Organization and also as consultant for the UNHCR she has worked in Zambia, Azerbaijan and various countries of Southeastern Europe. She started her career as a teacher, has provided training and facilitated many workshops, was responsible to build capacity in various contexts and has coached individuals, teams and organizations since 2015.
Originally, from Switzerland, she lives since 2007 in Zambia. She is fluent in French and German and is married with 4 children. She loves trees, has a passion for permaculture agriculture and loves co-creating with her clients spaces where growth, awareness and new solutions can emerge.
Some of her areas of expertise
Anyima Okundi is a multi-talented entrepreneur who has run a successful design entity for the past 15 years, and, as a director of her own firm, she has gained valuable experience working in multiple roles within an organization, experienced transitions in various contexts, understands and appreciates the leadership challenges that are common to those looking to build successful companies, as well as some of the responsibilities that exist for those heading large teams, organisations and corporates. She has also successfully coached and works with clients in Academia.
In addition to being an entrepreneur, Anyima has extensive corporate experience having worked at British Telecom Plc., Halifax Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Unilever, Pierre Balmain, and The House of Commons in the UK, all in graduate and post graduate executive roles.
As a practicing Executive Coach over the past 7 years, Anyima is passionate about coaching anyone who is willing to do the hard work involved in raising their personal awareness around their challenges and take responsibility to address and work on gaps and areas identified in their lives.
Working with clients striving to become more effective in their leadership roles, clarity around work/life balance, dealing with signs of burnout, those trying to find their authentic voice in order to contribute to the changing landscapes of corporate or entrepreneurial business strategies, Anyima works with you to tap into what fulfils, energises and ushers you into the arena that you would like to exist in. She is keen about drawing out the star potential in future leaders and facilitating seasoned leaders to rediscover theirs and keep excelling, whilst coaching skilfully in either virtual or face to face settings.
She is proud of the work she has done in the following sectors: Financial, Medical Research, Food Technology, Energy Sector, NGO and Manufacturing, for companies including National Grid UK, East Africa Breweries, FSD Africa, KEMRI, Direct Line Assurance, La-Roche Posay, Akili Dada, AMREF, CARE Kenya, Bayer to name a few. She also coaches leaders in the UN agency sector, supporting their growth and leadership as they support staff through crises. As a team coach she has had the privilege to enhance the work of teams in organisations such as Mastercard Foundation and Diageo Group as they develop efficiencies in more impactful work in the systems they exist.
Areas of Expertise
Executive & leadership Coaching, Team Coaching, Individual & Group Supervision, Facilitation.
Leadership Development, Entrepreneurial development, Values based Coaching, Positive Psychology Development, Grief Coaching.
Anyima’s style is very client centred and adopts a Co-Created approach to build a safe space where clients can explore with vulnerability and depth, all aspects of their lives as they arise in the moment. She is able to successfully work with her clients to anchor their star potential holistically by helping them to access and acknowledge the coaching issue, reflect deeper, articulate their expectations, anchor their potential and commit to do the work to access changes in their chosen areas.She incorporates and draws on various creative interventions from Visualisation, imagery, exploration of metaphors among many others, to support her clients in practice; this further enables the client to e engage and connect with their thoughts at deeper levels as Anyima skilfully helps them to leverage their potential by listening, offering challenge where appropriate, and holding them accountable to their discoveries and decisions. Anyima is also interested in, and committed to, the development of leaders as they enhance their own coaching skills and grow in their leadership of others.
Psychometric Tools Used
Anne has over 18 years of consulting and coaching in Pan African Leadership Development programs. She has worked with CEOs and C-Suite in SME & Multinational Corporations, within the Financial, Telecommunications and Food Technology sectors to name a few. She is an accredited Executive and Systemic Team Coach (AoEC, UK), who is certified in Hogan-LEAD(UK), Kaiser Leadership-LVI(USA) and A&DC 360 Propel(UK) tools. Prior to this Anne worked in the Banking sector for 8 years for both the Retail Division of Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd and the Corporate Division of Standard Chartered Bank of Kenya Ltd. Anne’s has worked with the African Leadership University, School of Business, MBA program, as a Capstone project coach and Subject matter expert within the Leadership Lab. She has witnessed the transformation of individuals who become intentional about harnessing their leadership skills.
This experience ignited Anne’s passion to unlock the same for leaders around the continent. At the Breakfast Club Africa, Anne is a Co-Facilitator for the Nairobi Cohort, and also serves as BCA Coach Support for the Cohorts around Africa.
Anne holds a Masters in Marketing (MBA) from United States International University-Kenya, Bachelors in Business Administration (Management) from the University of Eastern Africa-Baraton and is an ICF Credentialed Coach.
She is a member of both the International Coach Federation (US) and the Academy of Executive Coaches Alumni (UK): In addition to being affiliated with the Executive Coaching Connections, USA, Career Connections, Kenya, and Creative Métier, UK.
Maurice Toroitich is an Executive Director at the Board of Directors and the Managing Director and CEO of Banque Populaire du Rwanda since September 2017. Maurice Toroitich held a similar role in KCB Bank Rwanda Limited over a period of 8 years.Prior to joining KCB Group, Maurice had a long career of 15 years with Stanbic Bank Kenya Ltd where he held various senior assignments in Corporate Banking, Retail and Credit.
He has been associated with several landmark transactions in sectors such as telecommunications, power, consumer, food products and airlines in different countries. Mr.Toroitich leads a bank,BPR, started by local ordinary people with a mission of contributing towards the wellbeing of ordinary Rwandans.
David is an Executive Coach and Leadership Development Facilitator; who is driven by a deep passion for Africa and her immense potential for economic transformation through the practice of effective leadership within organisations and communities.
Before venturing full time into executive coaching, David was a career banker for close to 29 years. Until November 2018, he was the CEO of Family Bank Ltd based in Nairobi. He credits his six years stint at Family Bank, a 100 percent local bank, as eye-opening to the reality of business practice at the nerve centres of African economies. He had spent the previous 23 years serving in leadership positions in the global banks Standard Chartered Bank and Barclays Bank across the African Continent and abroad.
David’s global exposure and localised experience in leadership practice yielded a realization that Africa’s economic transformation requires localised approaches and creative adaptations of existing models. This is the context within which David practices executive coaching and leadership development.
David holds a Doctor in Business Administration (DBA) from the University of Liverpool, Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Nairobi, Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) from Kenyatta University, Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing of Financial Services from the Marketing Institute of Singapore and a Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC).
David sits on the Board of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Kenya Chapter and is currently the Vice-President of the Chapter. He is also actively involved in Action Research in the field of leadership.
Dr Modupe S. Taylor-Pearce is a scholar and practitioner of leadership and organizational management. His passion for leadership development and education was born out of his experiences as an officer serving in combat in the Sierra Leone Civil War. An alumnus of Capella University (PhD in Leadership, Organization and Management), Cornell University (MEng) and the United States Military Academy (Bsc), Modupe currently serves as the CEO of BCA Leadership, a Pan-African CEO membership organization. He is the Founding Dean of the African Leadership University School of Business.
Alice B. Rwigema is a leadership & executive coach, a facilitator, trainer, and an organizational development practitioner. She specializes in providing personal, professional and leadership development programmes for leaders and their teams to ensure effective organizational deliverables.
Alice is a certified Franklin Covey Facilitator, a corporate training & consulting company that specializes in performance improvement and human capital development with main focus to enable individuals and organizations achieve their purpose in life.
She is the founder of AR Management Consultancy Ltd, a professional with a diverse background, broad expertise and with a solid management consulting experience in the region. The goal is to enable people and organizations achieving greatness through focused Execution and Strategy Implementation through consulting, coaching people and team.
Alice holds a Master’s in Leadership & Organizational Behavior from Oklahoma Christian University and her ability to execute, deliver and work diligently has seen her work in Consulting and Facilitating with Franklin Covey Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi & Togo. She has also facilitated the team from Global Fund, Red Cross, IMF Congo Brazzaville on Execution and Leadership.
Prior to founding AR Management, Alice worked for Liquid Telecommunications Rwanda in different managerial positions in Sales, Customer Service and Account Relationship Management whereby she managed several top 50 customers, grew share of wallet and achieved significant customer retention records.
Alice also runs a Cross border transport company N HILL Star Ltd that provide customized logistic and transportation solution mainly Kigali- Mombasa / Dar es salaam.
Alice is a CDI Group Africa Associate, BCA Leadership facilitator & Coach and True Partnership Consultant.
Her focus is more Leadership Development, helping individuals and teams make lasting changes in their behavior. She believes that unless we change, it’s difficult to achieve great success, great results. Her dream is to build what she’s doing in world class business that not only revenues but adding value to the people around her, mostly Legacy that she would like to be remembered.
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Every successful and impactful leader knows there is no end to personal development. An executive Coach is a trained individual who helps you to think through decisions from every angle, offering fresh perspectives and insights. A good executive coach like the ones we have at BCA Leadership, will help you identify your challenges and opportunities, and work with you to get solutions. They also help you to identify the blind spots, giving you unbiased feedback and holding you accountable to your words.
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Adeboye Martins is a certified coach with a background in behavioural psychology methodologies, specialising in the development of effective leadership in business.
He works consistently with entrepreneurs and C-Suite executives in rising start-ups as well as established companies, as a coach, a facilitator and trainer.
He has studied behavioural technology & NLP with Richard Bandler and Robert Dilts, to advanced levels (Master Practitioner, Coach, Trainer & Consultant, and Master Trainer); and the application of Behavioural Analysis to performance management in business with Aubrey Daniels International, Atlanta, GA, USA. He is a certified user of the Hogan Assessments, the Identity Compass®, as well as YSC View™.
He is an accredited coach practitioner and member of the International Association of Generative Change (IAGC), and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).
He also draws on several years of experience in general management in the food and beverages sector, as well experiences as an entrepreneur in the fast-growing Nigerian oil services sector, to help his clients achieve their developmental outcomes.
Adeboye is a partner in Narita Learning Centre, the pioneering firm of coaches and NLP trainers in Nigeria.
Mongezi is Thinkers 50 Top 50 Global Coach Winner – 2019, an organisation development specialist, organisational learning expert & Executive coach with 30 years of working with organisations and leadership in corporates and NGO’s.
He is currently the Chairperson of the Africa Board for Coaching, Consulting and Coaching Psychology, and also sits as non-executive director on several boards in the NGO, film and music sectors. Mongezi is also one of the founding members of the Special Interest Group on Consulting and Coaching psychology with the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychologists of South Africa (SIOPSA). He is one of the global founding members of the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP).
Mongezi serves as a faculty member in the Faculty of Commerce, Law and management of the University of the Witwatersrand as well as the Wits Business School, teaching Masters and advanced programmes in leadership and coaching.
He holds a BCom in Industrial psychology and Business management, an MBA through the University of the North West, an MA in Coaching Psychology with a focus on Work-based Learning from Middlesex University in the UK as well as a PhD in Organisational Psychology with the Commonwealth University in the UK.
Mongezi has presented and written widely on the subject of coaching, mentoring and leadership and works with clients globally and locally in organisations that include: MTN, Sasol, CITI Bank, FNB, Rio Tinto, De Beers, Vodacom, Allan-Gray Orbis, Barclays PLC amongst others.
Sibongile is passionate about Values-based Leadership and is inspired to assist leaders and groups to maximise what each brings to the table resulting in a more cohesive communication and performance.
Her second passion is assisting leaders to understand and leverage Generational Diversity (GQ) for their influential growth and that of the team. Sibongile is public speaker, both virtual and in person, on different aspects of leadership. Sibongile has a knack for people, systems and processes that has enabled her to lead high performance teams in her passed life which she now brings to her practice.
Sibongile spent over 20 years working in private and private South Africa and Malawi in organizations such as Sitel, Mutual of Omaha, Multichoice South Africa, Tracker Networks, Transtel, South African Airways and British Council Malawi.
In the various roles she has built, operated and transferred skills ensuring teams were performing at optimal level. She serves as Board Chairperson and Trustee for over 12 years. Sibongile has worked with leaders in Eswatini, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Malawi and Ethiopia. She has also held in-house and virtual group/team coaching and training.
Sarah Jessie Appiah is a Transformational Leadership Coach, an Executive Director of the John Maxwell Team, and a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder-Centred Global Executive Coach who shares her time between Geneva and Africa.
She holds a Professional Diploma and an MBA from Open University of the United Kingdom. Sarah worked for almost three decades with the United Nations in the area of developmental aspects of international trade for small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries in Africa, South America, Economies in Transition in Europe and in Asia. She held various office managerial positions for HR-related matters (performance appraisal; learning and development and policy); Event Management for her organization’s Flagship Programme for National Export Strategy Development.
She collaborated with Beautiful Soul Afri’CAN, a Senegalese-based Personal Development Consulting and Training Organisation, to bring well-being and transformation to the continent of Africa using the “Positive Accelerator Approach”. She designed, delivered and facilitated customized training and developmental programmes for her clients and was the Lead Executive Coach and a Practitioner for Psychometric Tools eg. MBTI, DISC, 360 degrees Global Leader of the Future Assessment.
She partners with the John Maxwell Team in national transformation for countries in Latin America, (Paraguay and Costa Rica) and is a certified Global Priority Consultant /Facilitator in the Round-tables methodology for training in-country facilitators for transformation.
Sarah Jessie is the Founder and Principal of SJA Associates, a Personal Development and Consultancy that supports high performing individuals, teams and organizations committed to a positive leadership culture based on values. In addition, she is a Partner for the Centre for Transformational Leadership, Africa based in Ghana. She is passionate about developing and mentoring younger women and she runs a yearly “give-back” project for an exclusive and selected number of aspiring and promising Start-up Women Entrepreneurs./Professionals.
Sarah Jessie is committed to contribute to the betterment of her continent and spares no effort in collaborating with all like-minded individuals, to build a legacy for future generations. She believes that this can be achieved through positive and values-based leadership. Everything rises and falls on leadership!
Price Alan carries a deep leadership experience from more than twenty years of senior and executive leadership within the Telecom and Consulting industries in Africa, Middle East and Europe. He is a passionate expert in Customer Experience, Sales Effectiveness, Strategy and value creation through Digital transformation. Price Alan is a Black Belt – Lean Six Sigma, a Certified Executive Coach from Center of Executive Coaching, an ICF Associate Certified Coach, a Certified Genos Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and a PSYCH-K® Facilitator.
Amal is an International Executive & Team Coach with over twenty-five years of experience in business development, managing in multicultural contexts, leadership training, and executive coaching.
She founded Shine Groupe in 2010 where she provides mentoring, coaching and leadership training programs for organizations in several countries in Africa and Europe.
Amal is also Africa Director & Trainer at PICOACH, an accredited coaching training program by the International Coach Federation Program (ACTP). Amal is the author and designer of the coaching method S.O.L.A.I.R.E
Her passion for human relationships always makes her a partner to clients to help them discover their purpose and to be aware of their potential and how to work with new dynamics which lead them to high performance. Amal is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, TTI INSIGHT Certified Practitioner, PNL certified Executive Leadership program certified by HEC PARIS TCC Certified (thérapie cognitive et comportementale).
She has been an Ambassador of ICF Synergies and General Secretary of ICF Morocco Board
HUGH KWEKU FRASER is Sierra Leonean, a graduate, a professionally qualified banker and private sector development consultant specialising in SME development and Project management. He has over 35 years senior management experience mainly in the financial sector and gained in East, West and Southern Africa.
His financial sector experience began in Sierra Leone, first with Standard Chartered bank then with Barclays bank.
He then spent 20 years working in East Africa, 11 of which were as Executive Director-Business Advisory Services at Ernst & Young Tanzania.
Among other positions and assignments while in East Africa, was as a business counsellor with the DFID/USAID-funded Kenya Management Assistance Programme (KMAP).
He has led/undertaken numerous financial sector-related consulting assignments in West, East and Southern Africa such as for:
He regularly provides business advisory services for SME Owner-Managers in Sierra Leone.
Kweku Chairs the Bank of Sierra Leone’s Access to Finance Working Group as part of the Bank’s Financial Inclusion Strategy and is also currently a Non-Executive Director of Ecobank Sierra Leone
Catherine is the Managing Director (and founder) of Platinum Board Services, a corporate governance advisory firm in Ghana. She holds over two decades of experience in the area of corporate governance and company secretarial practice, half of which was obtained working in FTSE listed Companies in the UK.
She also worked with the International Finance Corporation as the local governance lead (on a fixed term contract) between June 2019 and June 2020.
Catherine helps boards build great boardroom cultures and businesses that thrive by supporting the leadership and professional development of directors, helping boards implement international best practice corporate governance frameworks and facilitating board performance evaluations.
She provides advisory services to many boards in the area of corporate governance, board evaluations, leadership development and culture transformation. She also provides executive coaching to c-suite executives and directors and is also a facilitator with the Canfield Training Group.
Catherine has a degree in Biotechnology, is a graduate of the Chartered Governance Institute (previously ICSA (UK)) and has several certifications in the human potential arena, including culture transformational tools, leadership development and executive coaching. She is a certified John Maxwell coach, an executive director of the John Maxwell Team, a certified culture transformation tools consultant (with Barrett Values Centre) and a certified Canfield success trainer
Nankhonde is an organizational change architect & behaviour specialist based in Lusaka, Zambia. She is an Organization & Relationship Systems Certified Coach (ORSCC) and an Associate Certified Coach accredited by the International Coach Federation (ACC). She is an internationally trained Executive Coach with extensive experience in multi-nationals, international organizations and the Government of the Republic of Zambia. She is an accomplished professional with a wealth of African, international and multi-cultural experience in designing and leading change in multiple sectors.
Expertise: Organizational strategy and tactics, strategic planning of human capital (aligning people and business results), design thinking, change management, management skills development, leadership development, employee engagement, team building and learning, conflict resolution, a transformation of organizational culture, emotional intelligence.
Following a decade working in international development and international finance, she returned to Zambia to pursue her passion for performance coaching, human capital development and change management in Africa. She has lived and worked in New York, Geneva, Dakar and Lilongwe. She has travelled extensively through West Africa and supported programmes in notably, Senegal, Ghana, Mali, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. She has also travelled extensively through East Asia and supported programmes in notably Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. Through these experiences, she was able to design, measure, monitor and evaluate organizational change & performance across different continents.
Nankhonde was a Founding Board Member of the Africa Executive Coaching Council (AECC/DFID) based in Nairobi, Kenya; and a current Board Member of the Lusaka Apex Medical University in Lusaka, Zambia. Nankhonde is a graduate of the renowned HEC Paris Business School (France) & Oxford University (U.K) joint Executive Specialized Masters Degree in Consulting & Coaching for Change. In addition, she holds an MBA specializing in Project Management from the African Institute of Management (Dakar, Senegal), an MSc in Management from the University of Quebec at Chicoutimi (Quebec, Canada), and a BA in Management from Webster University (Geneva, Switzerland). She studied co-Active coaching at the Coaches Training Institute in New York and Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching with CRR Global in Johannesburg. She is fluent in French and is married with 2 children.
Susan Banda-Mudiwa is an Executive Coach with international experience. With 20+ years of leadership experience in the development sector and the corporate world, Susan brings her skills and knowledge to the coaching journey for her clients. Susan has worked with clients in leadership and other positions in multilateral organizations, entrepreneurs, NGOs, and the youth, among others. Her expertise lies in creating a safe thinking space where individuals can think their deepest thoughts and realize their potential and their ambitions. In the coaching journey, Susan takes her clients on a journey of discovery, a journey of amplification leading to a realization of their highest potential and reach of Purpose, Significance (legacy) and Security (values.) During this process, her clients experience attentive and respectful listening from Susan, powerful questioning as well as a sense of trust and intimacy that she creates.
Susan is based in Kenya and has worked with clients from all over the world, including Australia, United States of America, Malawi, South Africa, Togo, Dubai, Nepal, India, Europe, South Sudan and Somalia. Susan believes that all her clients have great potential within them and her passion is to work with them to unlock this potential to enable them to lead more meaningful lives and to lead passionately and collaboratively in their own spaces.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
1. Leadership Development
2. Executive Coaching
Leadership Development, Business Coaching, Women, Systemic Team Coaching
Susan uses the Co-Active and GROW models of coaching, customizing them to meet the needs of her clients. She blends models and uses various tools, as she takes them on a river, unearthing strengths, purpose, values, amplifying those that are needed as they reach a point of realizing their full potential to go out and navigate the world with a renewed sense of purpose. The discussion is always guided by the area of focus and agenda chosen by the client as Susan holds the space for them and becomes their thinking partner on this journey.
Western Heights, 2nd Floor,
Karuna Road, Westlands.
P.O. Box 50649, 00200 Nairobi, Kenya
Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching
Systemic Team Coaching Certificate
Certified Level 1 eCoachPro
Certified Hogan Assessment Practitioner
PSYCHOMETRIC TOOLS USED
EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
University of Missouri School of Journalism, Missouri, USA
Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania, USA
Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication)
Chancellor College – University of Malawi
BA Humanities (with Credit)
Dr. Mbithe Anzaya is a people management expert with over 20 years global experience in both academia and the airline industry where she has worked as a senior business executive and management professor, respectively. In these arenas, she is recognised for her high performance, project delivery and grasp of complex change management. Mbithe is an ICF Associate Certified Coach, Executive Coach, the Founder and CEO of Kaskazini Coaching. She is also a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council.
She previously worked as the Head of Learning and Development at Kenya Airways, also overseeing Kenya Airways’ Pride Centre – the airline’s internationally accredited premier training institute. During her 11-year tenure, the Centre received numerous regional and international awards and training approvals from various global air transport regulators such as the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
As a strategy and training consultant, Dr. Anzaya has partnered with The World Bank Group, Goldman Sachs Investment Bank, Johnson and Johnson Management Development Institute (MDI) and the Africa Medical Research Foundation (AMREF), before joining the United States International University (USIU-Africa), as a business and management professor.
She is also a co-author of five books: Becoming the Voice of Purpose, Uturn-Lea, Zindua, The Other Side of The Coin and Tamati; these are currently retailing globally via Amazon (https://amzn.to/2E40Bi5).
Dr. Anzaya has coached and continues to coach professionals in international development, the private sector, regional and multinational organizations.
Areas of Expertise:
A natural learner with a caring manner, reflective style and swift intellect, Mbithe’s clients are enabled to: uncover their personal identity, define and clarify their goals, evaluate their constraints and realities, determine their strategic options, design appropriate action plans and measure outcomes. Through her coaching, Mbithe’s clients gain enhanced self-leadership and solution-design skills as well as a versatile and pragmatic approach to life’s challenges; they are therefore, equipped to effectively manage change. Simply put, they learn how to lead themselves and others through difficult transitions and into greater success.
Professional Qualifications & Credentials:
“As a coach, I am passionate about helping others grow and lead themselves as a means to experiencing personal fulfillment and making significant contributions to the lives of others.
Through delicately integrating the multiple roles I currently hold or have held in the past, including being a dedicated wife and mother,
doctoral student, management professor, strategy consultant, senior business executive, executive coach and personal mentor, I have
come to consider growth as a way of being; I continue to remain committed to helping others develop their full potential and
simultaneously, contribute significantly to the communities in which they exist.” – Dr. Mbithe Anzaya
An Organisational Psychologist by training and registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa, (HPCSA), Sharon is a firm believer in focusing on what is right with people. Sharon works at an individual, team, and organizational level to positively transform behavior in the workplace. Sharon is a strong facilitator and utilizes her broad skill-base and diverse toolkit to unlock potential and to move the conversation to where it needs to get to. Sharon has consulted across various organizations in the private, public, non-governmental and higher education sectors. She has led various projects relating to organizational renewal and change.
A finalist in the Business Women’s Association Professional Category in 2014, Sharon was also a 2015 Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber Top 40 under 40 business achiever. Sharon was selected to be part of the global Commonwealth Study Group for 2019 where the cohort answered the question of how to build resilient cities. Sharon is involved in community development where she uses her vocation for social progress. She lives by the mantra, ‘if I was not afraid, what would I do?’ Sharon is an accredited Coach in the Results Brain-based Coaching System, the Organisation & Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC); LUMINA, and the Integrative Enneagram (coaching systems accredited by the International Coaching Federation). Igniting people’s best energies is her key strength. Her coaching expertise lies mainly with working with leaders transitioning into more senior roles within their organization. Sharon has a Doctor of Commerce in Industrial Psychology (Nelson Mandela University) and a Master of Commerce in Industrial Psychology (UFH)
Titilayo has 12 years experience in Banking and over 26 years of of experience in HR and Consulting. She worked as a Banker with Universal Trust Bank, FDB Loans & Services and EXIM Bank in Washington DC, USA; as HR/Practice Manager in Phillips Consulting (1997) and in 2000 as Human Resources Lead in Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting Limited). In December 2001, Titi became Region Human Resources Manager, and later Division HR Manager, Coca-Cola Nigeria Equatorial Africa Division. Between 2007 and 2010, she became HR Director for CPS Africa – a subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company. She started Theta Alpha Consults Limited in Lagos, an HR & Management Consultancy practice in 2011.
Titi has strong expertise in every aspect of strategic HR business partnering, leadership & talent development, transformation & culture change implementation, as well as human capital strategy and deployment to unleash the potential of others whilst they, deliver extraordinary results. She works with C-Suite executives in organizations, to increase their engagement, productivity and effectiveness by embedding leadership behaviours that deliver results in line with their Core Values and Leadership competencies.
She worked with Grameen Ghana (a Bankers without Borders/World Bank project) to restructure them in readiness for corporate governance and increased donor funding. In the last 4 years, under the auspices of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Titi has been working with the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia on Advisory Services and as External Trainer, she also coaches CEOs within the Financial Services sector in East Africa under FSD Africa Executive Coaching Program.
Titilayo is currently the President of ICF (International Coach Federation) Nigeria Chapter and Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management, Nigeria.
Certified Executive Coach trained by CTI (The Coaches Training Institute – San Rafael), Leadership development catalyst, Coach Supervisor, Reflexive work practitioner for Leaders & non-coaches (ESQA-EMCC (European Supervision Quality Awards & PSF accredited).
Inner MBA, MindfulNYU (Completion expected 2022), Hypnotherapist (New York Training Institute for NLP & British Hypnosis Research – London & Thailand), NLP trainer (Institut Repère – Paris), Core Quadrant®Facilitator certified by Daniel OFMAN (The Hague – The Netherlands).
Authentic and intuitive, for more than 25 years, like a kaleidoscope, Jeanne-Elvire has been following her calling through international and diverse, cross-cultural experience in the private, public and social based economic sectors.
A pioneer with a seeker mindset, Jeanne-Elvire is a challenging coach and supervisor, passionate about supporting CEO’s, C-suite executives, individuals of all walks globally in their transformational journey within organizations. Using meaning-making tools within adult development, she helps them grow and better handle today’s complex, ambiguous, often conflict-ridden and fear-led world.
Her focus is on helping individuals, groups, and teams develop their awareness in the present moment, be it in their personal or professional lives, within complex contexts. She energizes her clients to do great work whilst having some fun along the way, supporting minority voices and being an advocate for Diversity and Inclusion.
Involved, authentic and courageous, her expertise, which uses complexity frameworks approaches, as well as adult development tools, helping them enter a new meaning-making space, is based on the belief that by knowing themselves better, acknowledging their emotional intelligence and by setting specific, achievable goals, people succeed better in implementing their action plans, bringing out the best of themselves and unleashing their potential in a totally new paradigm of leadership: Conscious leadership!
For entrepreneurs who want to improve their leadership and their foundational skills, she encourages creativity and the emergence of new opportunities by mobilizing cognitive, emotional and energy resources. She speaks to audiences of all backgrounds, interacts with people of all walks, and performs her work globally.
Mulalo is the founder of RM Overflow Consulting incorporated in South Africa in 2018. She is the Lead Coach and Trainer at Gilgal Divine Consultants (GDC) founded in Zambia. Both companies are in the people development and organizational development space. Her work experience spans over 25 years in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho and Rwanda.
She worked in Rwanda from November 2018 until July 2021 as the Group Managing Director of KORA Coaching Group Ltd (KORA) and Kora Coaching Group & Business Academy Ltd (KCA). She was responsible for the operations of both companies and setting up governance processes.
Over the years Mulalo has had the opportunity to coach teams and mentor individuals including women who were formed part of the Standard bank incubator in 2017.
Mulalo is a qualified relationship Coach who supports entrepreneurs when they face relationship issues that negatively impact them. This qualification provides her with a unique insight into how personalities can either hinder or propel an individual to the next level of development.
In her last role at the Industrial Development Corporation South Africa, she contributed to the pipeline generation of women-owned businesses for funding which ignited afresh her desire to help women grow and find their voice without giving up their feminine traits.
She managed Startup Nations South Africa, a program within the Global Entrepreneurship Network.
Dr. Yaw Perbi is a physician, pastor and principal at the global executive education company that bears his name. He has been CEO of a Canadian organization in the international education space for the last eight years. Yaw is the founder and Global CEO of The HuD Group, championing holistic leadership development in 24 countries on all six continents over the last two decades. As a medical doctor, he has practiced medicine in both his home country, Ghana, and as a military captain with the United Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire.
Dr. Perbi’s 20 books include Amazon bestseller Thinking Outside the Window. He’s physically served in 45 countries, consulted for governments, and been the toast of media groups worldwide including CNN, the National Press Club (Washington DC), VOA, CBC and BBC. Dr. Yaw Perbi is a John Maxwell-certified speaker/trainer/coach and holds an advanced degree in global leadership. He is a Fellow of the Africa Leadership Initiative, a Lausanne Movement global catalyst and serves on various strategic boards. Yaw is enamoured with his economist-entrepreneur wife, Anyele, and their seven delightful children.
Prior to becoming a certified leadership coach with Marshall Goldsmith stakeholders centering coaching center and a John Maxwell Certified Coach and trainer, Loubna served as a leadership consultant for several Administrations, Multinational Corporations, and high-level executives. She held positions as Head of Business Unit IP North Africa with a Multinational Company, and prior to that, built Sales, Support, and Execution Teams in Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco, where she successfully developed and implemented strategic initiatives.
Previously, Loubna was Sales and Project Manager in Africa and Europe where she led the rapid growth and success of Ericsson, and managed several Million-Euro projects while mentoring several Project Managers.
In 2005, Loubna became certified as a Project Manager Professional, and also a certified Master Coach from the International Institute of Coaching in Geneva accredited by ICF.
She has a master’s degree in Telecom Management from INT School in Paris, and a Diploma of Civil Engineering from EMI School in RABAT.
Martin is an Executive Coach and independent senior business advisor. He led KCB Bank Group as CEO and board member during a period of rapid transformation and growth; he has worked in senior leadership roles at Barclays Bank in Kenya and South Africa and has over the past three years been a Partner in the professional services firm, Deloitte, leading their Financial Services Industry practice. Martin has also worked in the public service as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance/Treasury, Government of Kenya. He sits on a number of blue-chip company boards as a non-executive director.
As a business leader, he has attained in-depth experience in people issues in both the public and private sectors, spanning a period of over 35 years across Eastern and Southern Africa. Martin has also been involved in facilitating board practice training, and leadership development as an adjunct Fellow at Strathmore Business School in Nairobi.
Martin holds a Doctor of Business Leadership (Honoris Causa) from KCA University, an Executive MBA from ESAMI/Maastritch Business School, a B. Comm (Hons) Accounting from the University of Nairobi, and he has completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. Martin is a Fellow of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, FCPA (K), a Member of the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya, CPS (K), a Member of the Institute of Directors of Kenya, a Fellow of the Kenya Institute of Bankers, FKIB, and is an Accredited Governance Auditor.
Anne has a wealth of professional experience and expertise at the senior level in, Executive Coaching, Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Performance Solutions, and Leadership Training.
Over a period of 22 years as co-founder and Managing Director of Training Solutions Ltd (TSL) a subsidiary of KPMG Kenya, she delivered on engagements in coaching, leadership and management; performance management; and team building, for organizations in the private and public sector at corporate and NGO level across multiple industries.
Under her leadership and entrepreneurial drive, the TSL brand cut a niche for itself as the preferred service provider for major organizations in East Africa. Of equal importance to her was the opportunity to lead a team of young professionals to greatness; both personally and professionally. Anne pioneered live and in-person leadership guru events in East Africa.
Anne has a good understanding of both the coaching and overall developmental needs of both the corporate and NGO sectors in the East African region. She as experienced the spills and thrills of being a business owner, leader, and manager first hand over a period of two decades.
This practical background in various environments has provided a unique perspective, which has been utilized in coaching assignments training, consultancy and as well as in directing a successful training and learning subsidiary of KPMG which went on to become a fully-fledged independent entity.
Anne is a Sherpa Certified Coach and holds a Diploma from The Academy of Executive Coaches (AoEC). She holds a Masters of Business Administration – MBA – (Moi University) majoring in Human Resource Development, a BSc degree in International Business Administration (USIU – Nairobi) – Marketing Option; and has been certified in the USA at Project Adventure as an advanced facilitator of Experiential Team Learning
She currently serves as Board Chair at Population Services Kenya, a leading local organisation focussed on strengthening health markets and empowering Kenyans to make a healthy choice. PS Kenya is affiliated with Population Services International – and also serves on this Board locally.
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