Nobantu Mpotulo is an Executive Coach, Process Facilitator and an Organizational Development Consultant with over 25 years of experience across public, private, higher education institutions and non-governmental sectors. She boasts varied international exposure having studied in South Africa and the UK and has been awarded two career development fellowships in the US under the auspices of USAID. She is an Executive Director in two companies, Just In Time Solutions and Clutterbuck Associates. Nobantu is an Associate of Encompass LLC and Global Coach Network in the USA and Human Systems in the UK, and in South Africa she is an associate of Ernst and Young, Landelhani and Zenande Leadership Development. Nobantu is part of the Ethical Coach program, an initiative that offers coaching to NGO leaders in developing countries. Nobantu teaches coaching at the South African College for Applied Psychology (SACAP) and is also a part-time lecturer at UCT, Mandela School of Governance lecturing MPhil(Leadership).
Nobantu has been coaching executives and teams for eighteen years in the public sector, private sector, NGOs and universities. Her facilitation experience spans over 20 years.
The session is based on the principle that is used mostly in Southern Africa and other parts of Africa. This is called “Ubuntu” which means “I am because We Are” . Used in coaching Ubuntu ensures that the coach really sees the client.
In South Africa when you greet a person you say SAWUBONA, meaning I see you, I see everyone who has contributed to who you are, I see your dreams, hopes and aspirations. Using Ubuntu in coaching entails presence for both Coach and Client. It is based on bringing out the following Cs: Compassion, Courage, Curiosity, Connection, Commitment to Action
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