JANET DU PREEZ
Janet is a very versatile leadership development practitioner with strong business acumen and executive experience; a passionate, provocative and creative thinker who is at her best partnering with courageous leaders to co-create thriving 21st Century organisations. She is constantly alert for good people, good ideas and good systems which can be made even more effective.
Currently completing an MSc in the Managament of Innovation and Technology focused on collaborative stakeholder engagement to mitigate wicked problems, Janet's leadership and consulting experience and previous studies in health sciences, psychology and business have equipped her well to serve her clients in the new realities which are emerging as 4IR and Covid-19 jointly assail our world.
Uniquely qualified to understand people and the practical systems which underlie behaviour and outcomes, the perspective which Janet brings to senior leadership training, facilitation, coaching and consulting is systemic, practical and focused on sustainable application. Her insight into individual and organisational change extends beyond static models and frames and she uses her well-honed coaching, facilitation, process development and strategic consulting skills to engage talent, passion, insight and action in pursuit of great leadership, meaningful interaction, effective systems and strategic effectiveness.
Janet is the developer of the Dynamic Engagement Framework© and Art of Greatness Guide©. She is founder of Engagement Dynamics and loves to work in collaboration with others. Janet has been extensively involved with the South African Organisation Development Network and the Flourish! OD Conference for 6 years and was on the Academic Board of Worldsview Academy for Organisational Change from 2011 to 2014. She has served on the Board of Cotlands, as an Organisational Development Consultant, since 2012 and was a member of a co-operative PhD research group studying complexity and spirituality in the workplace from 2013 to 2014.
Thank you for the coaching session last night It was greatly impactful. Your skill is expert level. The best coaching session I have ever had.
HR Manager - Private School
Three words to describe the facilitation skills programme:
Insightful, thought-provoking, fun.
Informative, diverse, challenging.
Fun, ennriching, useful.
HR Team -Financial Services Company