Facilitating for Results & Learning
“Creating and Sustaining a High Performance and Learning Culture”
A culture of continuous learning in an organisation is an essential prerequisite to thriving, let alone surviving in an increasingly competitive environment. This volatile, uncertain environment has also been severely disrupted in the recent past. Tapping the latent learning potential and creative capacity of all the people in an organisation can make a significant contribution to maintaining and enhancing organisational competitive advantage in these challenging times.
To achieve this competent facilitators in the organisation can play a critical role in liberating this creative capacity and learning potential. Furthermore the leadership capacity in the organisation will be enhanced as the skill of facilitation is core to any leadership role.
A competent facilitator, whether in face to face or virtual meetings is able to encourage participation, achieve meaningful results and provide direction without being directive. A participative purpose, respectful listening skills and dynamic discussions are the foundations for creating a culture of learning and performance.
Ntinga Transformational Consulting Services
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Ria Wills Biography
Ria Wills is a founding director of Ntinga Transformational Consulting Services (Pty) Ltd founded in 1994, and Transformational Consulting Services founded in 1992. NtingaTCS is a consultancy dedicated to working with organizations in their quest to achieve sustainability through continuous learning and the harnessing of the latent learning potential and creative capacity of their people.
One of her ardent passions is developing the internal capacity of organizations through helping others to develop the competencies required to embrace a culture of continuous learning and change. Ria’s experience lies in the facilitation of organizational learning, including facilitator and leadership development, learning intervention design and development, and whole system transformation. She has more than 35 years experience of working in the learning and leadership development arena.
She is a registered Generalist Practitioner with the South African Board of Personnel Practitioners and works on an ongoing basis with some of the top companies and academic institutions in South Africa. She also has extensive experience of working in sub Saharan Africa.