In today’s demanding business environment coaching is vital in maintaining, together with other development interventions, the organisation’s knowledge- and human capital. For any organisation there is only one acceptable business reason for investing in executive coaching: to support and enable executives in attaining the business’ strategy and objectives.
Organisations therefore use coaching as a means to shape individual and team performance in capacitating organisations to pursue strategic objectives, achieve critical results and remain competitive.
Coaching is thus an investment in the knowledge capital of the organisation with employees representing a portfolio of talent in which management invest time and energy. This enables individual employees and teams to focus on developing those capabilities that will contribute most to both personal and organisational success through coaching.
Johan Raubenheimer serves on the coaching panels of international and local companies as business and executive coach to individuals and teams. He is experienced in integral theory, systemic thinking, mindfulness, existentialism, neuroscience, leadership, personality types, levels of development, complexity, emotional intelligence and acting as executive thinking partner.
Through his career Johan Raubenheimer successfully held C-Suite Executive roles such as Executive of listed Financial Services entities, CEO of a large property business, CEO of an international consultancy engaged in Change Management, Organisational Design and Business Coaching.
Johan Raubenheimer holds a BA (Psychology), MBA (Thesis on Leadership), has completed the course work for the MPhil in Business and Management Coaching at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, the Advanced Professional Business Coaching Programme at GIBS, a Neuroscience Coaching Programme (with Distinction), an Advanced Higher Neuroscience Coaching Programme at Pretoria University (with Distinction), ACE Journey to Mastery from WBECS after he was selected to be a member of their Virtuoso as one of the top 20% of the programme, MBSR (Mindfulness, Jon Kabat-Zinn) and a Services Marketing Certificate at Graduate School of Business at UCT.
He is an accredited iEQ9 Enneagram practitioner for individuals and teams, Spiral Dynamics Integral Technologies Practitioner, International Systemic Team Coaching Practitioner, MBSR Mindfulness Practitioner, participated in Masterclasses on Time to Think & Thinking Environment (Nancy Kline); Existential Coaching (Various); Coaching on the Axis (Marc Khan); Mindfulness; Applied Mindfulness; Systemic Team Coaching (Peter Hawkins); Systemic Coaching (Alain Cardon); Gestalt Coaching; Ontological Coaching; Coaching for Performance, Integral Coaching (Ken Wilbur), Complexity (Various) and Scenario Coaching.
Johan Raubenheimer is accredited as:
• Master HR Professional (SA Board of Personnel Professionals)
• Professional Certified Coach and Member of ICF (International Coach Federation)
• Professional Member: International Enneagram Association
• Registered coach with COMENSA (Coaches and Mentors of South Africa)
• Member: Institute of Directors of SA (IoDSA)
To date, Johan Raubenheimer has logged more than 5000 Individual and Team coaching hours at Executive and Senior Professional level. His coaching has helped many C- Suite Executives to better deal with the demands of their roles in business.
His coaching supplements succession planning by equipping designated talent for the step-up to the next level. Coaching helps address areas such as organisational enhancement, process and systems improvement, cultural diversity, strengths, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, change management, people development, purpose, team functioning and self-development.
He inspires Executives, in a creative and thought-provoking manner, to become the ultimate best version of who they aspire to be. Johan Raubenheimer’s coaching interventions are formally contracted to address the unique requirements and outcomes of each executive or team.