“Optimizing your potential”


What has been your greatest adventure so far?

Taking client teams to a leadership outbreak in the mountains. 

When did you have the feeling that you had held an effective training?

I delivered a training. Five years later, one of the participants connected with me and shared how the experience had transformed his professional landscape. Best results are achieved slowly and steadily, this reminds me that training sessions can have long lasting impacts and continues to encourage me. 

The most funny mishap during a training?

I was presenting at a conference with collar mike and ran to rest room during tea break but forgot to switch off the microphone. You can imagine…………..

Which error(s) do you most excuse?

Any errors that are associated with the learning process are excusable in my book. I believe that a fundamental part of learning is to make mistakes. The more errors someone makes, the better they’ll know how to deal with it in the future.

What role models do you have?

My biggest role model is Nelson Mandela, his struggle to get justice although its delayed justice but his perseverance is unmatchable.

What is your most beautiful childhood memory?

I was 12 years old when I travelled out of the city with my father to attend the biggest carnival. We listened to music and bonded over aromatic delicacies.