Dr Johan Beukes

After Johan Beukes matriculated in 1996 at Bloemfontein Sentraal, he studied Theology at the University of the Free State. Johan finished his BA Theol, BA Hons Theol and MDiv Degree in Theology at the University of the Free State. He then proceeded with an Honours Degree in Industrial Psychology at the University of North West and was also accredited at the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA). Johan then completed his M-Phil at the University of Johannesburg focusing on Personal and Professional Leadership. Complementing his studies, the Potchefstroom VIP Coaching Institute accredited him as a qualified Life and Business Coach. He also completed short courses such as Advanced Career Coaching with Jopie van Rooyen and Partners.
Johan is currently busy with his Doctorate in Educational Psychology with the theme: “Facilitation of awareness in decision making as an integral part of mental health”. As facilitator, Johan is accredited as a MBTI Step 1 & 2 Facilitator (Individuals and Teams) as well as a CTT1 Facilitator (http://www.valuescentre.com/).
His studies support his “core life business”, namely the accompaniment of people (especially leaders) on their journey towards having a meaningful impact on the world through being who they are. He is currently facilitating and coaching individuals and teams to move from success to significance as an OCM consultant at T-systems South-Africa (www.t-systems.co.za). Previously he was a Culture Architect and Leader in numerous different communities and he became an expert in the dynamics of new generation and multicultural groups.
Additionally, Johan also enjoys writing and has contributed to publications such as Vrouekeur, Finesse, Passi,  Volksblad and e-Church. He is a senior facilitator with the IGUBU company (reconciliation facilitation) who was responsible for the facilitation of reconciliation. His main focus was on investigating the trust relationships between stakeholders, establishing healthy relationships between students and the development of the skills of student leaders to establish conversations on values and meaningful change in residences and the student community. As a guest Lecturer he was lecturing in a mastersprogram for leadership at the University of Johannesburg; Vega the Brand Communication School (Leadership) as well as Mosaiek Academi (Leadership). He is also the Program Leader and developer of short courses in leadership and a has a Masters degree in leadership (holistic and integrated) through SATS. Lately he started with the development of an Advanced Certficate (NQF 6) in Management and Leadership at the Milpark Business School and is also lecturing in the Organisational Behaviour field. In 2013 he started facilitating self leadership journeys with Thinking Fusion who is partnering with the University of the Free State Business School. As Leadership Consultant and Coach for MADcharity he is responsible for the development of leaders and facilitation of an online leadership community.
Johan is passionate about inspirational speaking and regularly speaks at different events. Because of Johan`s expertise in different fields (Leadership, Coaching, Facilitation, Industrial and Educational Psychology and Spirituality) he is able to tailor make interventions to specific client requirements in a holistic manner. He worked with clients such as Coke, T-Systems, ATKV, Orion, NGO`s, Liberty, MRSA, Mrs Style SA, Mrs SA, Fedsas, University of Free State, University of Pretoria, Creative Counsel, Mosaiek, Beeld Youth Conference, Wynoma Michaels Consulting, Maletsatsi; MAD (Make A Difference), EOH Health (Ndawo Welness); Toyota and many more.
Johan is extremely positive about South Africa. Therefore, it was a special experience for him when he was chosen as a finalist in the Mr. South Africa 2010 competition .He is also a director at Bread Companions and e-Church.
One of his favourite quotes: “The leader teaches more through Being than through doing.
The quality of one's silence conveys more than long speeches.” – John Heider

“I have often thought that the best way to define a man's character would be to seek out the particular mental or moral attitude in which, when it came upon him, felt himself deeply and intensively active and alive. At such moments, there is a voice inside which speaks and says, „This is the real me.‟” "– William James