Nosisa Mdutshane

Nosisa Mdutshane

Senior Consultant

Through her work with Teleos, Nosisa has developed a passion for bringing unique approaches to leadership development and culture change to people all over the world. She recognizes and celebrates work in emotional intelligence and resonance to be fundamentally connected to principles of Ubuntu. At the same time, she is drawn to the strong scientific base which engages the mind, whilst also appealing to the heart and the spirit, and thus addressing the person as a whole. Her training in psychology, which she completed in 1994, has provided her with a basis for facilitating the leadership enhancement of individuals, teams and organizations.

She has accumulated experience in organizational and leadership development, facilitating the enhancement of leadership and creating dynamic cultures. One of her highlights at Teleos Leadership Institute has been being part of a team that facilitated Leadership Development in the fight against HIV/AIDS and poverty reduction in a UNDP (SA)/Dept of Health driven program.

Prior to being a Teleos-affiliated consultant, Nosisa was an Organisational Development consultant with the Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group in South Africa. There she worked with the organization's major clients in financial, manufacturing, and retail industries providing leadership development, cultural transformation, and change management support in business process re-engineering projects.

In addition to her work with Teleos, Nosisa helped found ISA Consulting Services, a company based in Johannesburg whose vision is to enhance leadership within organizations. Nosisa was educated at the Universities of Durban-Westville, Rhodes University, University of Transkei, Wits University, obtaining her M Sc (Counseling Psychology), HDE, B Sc and a certificate in Management Advancement Program (MAP). Additionally, she is a graduate of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, where she has received training in Organizations and Systems Development (OSD). She hails from Mt Ayliff, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

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