We are available online as the digital future and also able to customise for face to face in conducive environments.
Coaching Mentoring Education Africa (CMEA) is the brainchild of years expended time working with leaders in both business and the education space. This is supported by research around the impact of coaching on leader development and their influence towards results and performance improvement.
We focus on generating coaching conversations in the learning and education sector intended towards emerging future innovative thought leaders for 4IR. We have a collection of offerings aimed at engendering critical thinking and accountability for the betterment future innovative developments.
The #CoachEd Annual International Coaching in Education Conference and the Coaching Barometer, an evidence-based research platform are our flagships.
An MPhil Coach and MBA entrepreneur with teaching and business turnarounds experience passion ately vested in impacting future leaders through coaching in learning and education.
An Organisational Development (OD) Specialist with a Masters in Compulsory Post Education (Nottingham University UK). He enjoys impacting others through his lecturing interest in Corporate Governance and Diversity management at University of Wits.
A Teacher, Project Manager and NeuroLeadership Coach who is a serial seeker of learning modalities and is energized by how coaching is creating confident leaders of the future.
A bio-science researcher with an MPhil Coaching and is passionate about academic research and empowerment of research fellows.
Dedicated to a career in teaching including the American schools in Zimbabwe, Malawi and South Africa, with a Doctorate in Education Management and Law, fervent about curriculum design, implementation, learning and research.
A Computer Science graduate turned innovative STEM Mentor Teacher with a 40year track record in teaching, learning and school turnarounds.
Chichi has an ear to listen and pick up detail as she can listen without commenting. I found myself many a times answering my own questions as the silence would provoke me to ‘hear myself speak’. I started using this in my research and found the flow of my writing with ease. I never knew that coaching could also work for academic research. I always thought the research Supervisor as an academic would be telling me and not asking me to think through my own challenges. At first it was frustrating, however, I soon realized, it was empowering me to own my write up for the thesis.
I found myself calling my Coach to schedule sessions, not because I could not cope but because, the quality of thinking that came of the partnership with my Coach always made cruise through even the hardest of days. I learnt to reflect and think through what, so what and so what now?
Coaching is the second-best thing that has created a sense of accountability amongst our leaders and their teams. We are developing a team of internal Coaches to work with our middle managers and their teams too.
We are open to engage and fast to respond so don’t be shy to reach out.