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Nobantu Mpotulo

EthicalCoach Aug 15, 2018

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. As a Buddhist practitioner and teacher, she supports her clients in integrating the head, heart, instinctual and spiritual intelligence. She does amazing heart work with clients based on the principles of UBUNTU “I Am because We Are.” Nobantu is a sought after facilitator for leadership development programs and coaches internationally.

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.

Nobantu follows the agenda of the client in her coaching. Through probing questions and sharing just-in-time observations, she takes clients deep and helps them to identify their blind spots and embrace their shadows. They go deeper into the subconscious and unconscious levels and dance with what emerges. She provides a safe and open space to focus on unexplored territories.

She moves on a continuum of being non-directive to directive depending on what is missing in the client’s system. She uses mindfulness practices in her facilitation.

She was part of the Alchemy Faculty for FNB Leadership Development Program. Nobantu was a facilitator of Truth and Reconciliation Healing Workshops for victims and perpetrators of violence in South Africa.

She developed a twelve month long accelerated leadership program for thirteen generals and senior management members of the Department of Defence in South Africa.

In addition to coaching in the corporate sector, Nobantu has coached management teams of rural elementary and high schools based in remote and rural areas of South Africa.

Since 2012, she has coached UN Managers from UN Secretariat programmes, Peacekeeping Missions and UN agencies. She also coaches USAID staff globally. She has worked with leaders in the NGO and educational sectors.