Steph has more than 30 years of experience on helping people in their workplace or personal life to successfully understand and manage change.
In her corporate practice, Steph’s group coaching experience spans working with businesses, schools and community leaders from diverse background in processes to create collaborative and engaged teams.
In her private practice she sees individuals and couples who wish to work on their personal development and parenting skills, as well as in many cases relationships, to come to terms with changes in circumstances.
She has worked with some of South Africa’s leading corporates including IBM, Barclays Africa, Netsurit, ABSA Capital, EY, Internet Solutions, Exxaro and Momentum Asset Management (MMI).Her most recent assignments include training the senior management team at a leading downstream petroleum marketing organisation in order to provide practical guidance to employees, engaged in a company-wide restructuring; leadership training for Archdeacons and facilitating a 400 participant community building workshop for the Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg.
Since Steph’s early career in child and family care she has completed the following courses abd programmes in coaching and leadership development. She is also a member of COMENSA (Coaching and Mentoring South Africa) is an accredited Mediator with SAAM (South African Association of Mediators), a member of the Time to Think Collegiate and an active member of BNI (Business Network International).
She is accredited in the following:
2018 – STCC – Systemic Team Coaching Certificate
2017 – Time to Think Consultant
2016 – Time to Think Accredited Facilitator
2015 – SAAM accredited Divorce and Family Mediator.
2015 – Time to Think Accredited Coach
2015 – Narrative Coaching Practitioner
2014 – Narrative Coaching in Relationships
2014 – Appreciative Inquiry Human Interaction Group Experience Lab
2013 – Integrative Enneagram Coach Practitioner
2013 – Appreciative Inquiry Foundations (5 D process)
2012 – Community Building – 6 Conversations Facilitator (Peter Block)
2011 – Inner Life Skills Master Coach
2009 – Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner (NLP)
1998 – Certificate in Lay Counseling (UNISA)
1979– NNEB; RSH Dip; and Norland Diploma
Steph has also written for several publications including The Times, The Sunday Times, You, Cosmopolitan, Grazia as well as the book Partners for Possibility. She has also been a specialist guest on various radio shows and a regular guest on Radio 702 on Family Matters.