Institute of Management Consultants and Master Coaches South Africa

Council Members

Council Members

The Institute is the professional body representing management consulting, executive, business and leadership coaching professions. It sets and maintains standards for these professions in South Africa. It seeks to make the professions recognised, respected and accepted as providing a valuable and indispensable service to organisations in South Africa and the Southern African Region.

Matt Shelley

Council Chairman
Coaching Registrar

Geordie van der Nest

CONSULTING REGISTRAR

John Francis

Monwabisi Gwazela

Bashir Khan

Musa Mkasi

Bongi Msibi

Pume Nkosi

Graham Williams

Paul Whalley

Council Structure

Secretariat

Executive Director:  Angelo Kehayas

Committee Members:

Johan Kruger

Musa Mkasi

El-marie Jardim

Key Committee Objectives:

  • Financial Management
  • Reporting – statutory and management
  • Member management
  • Technology management
  • Legal and Governance
  • IMCSA structuring
  • Thought-Leader Content Management
International and Local Linkages

Chairman: Kiran Fakir

Committee Members:

Angelo Kehayas

Ken Robinson

Key Committee Objectives:

  • Manage the ICMCI relationship
  • Participate in ICMCI Committees/ EXCO
  • Be responsible for IMCSA voting on international issues
  • Identify and develop professional linkages for mutual benefit with other professional organisations
  • SAQA liaison
  • ICMCI Academic Fellow liaison
Member Acquisition, Marketing and Events

Chairman: Angelo Kehayas

Committee Members:

Angelo Kehayas

Ken Robinson

Key Committee Objectives:

  • Manage the ICMCI relationship
  • Participate in ICMCI Committees/ EXCO
  • Be responsible for IMCSA voting on international issues
  • Identify and develop professional linkages for mutual benefit with other professional organisations
  • SAQA liaison
  • ICMCI Academic Fellow liaison
Member Retention and PSC

Chairman: Ken Robinson

Committee Members:

Angelo Kehayas

Matt Shelley

Garth Trumble

Musa Mkasi

Key Committee Objectives:

  • Manage the application and registration of new members
  • Participate in the ICMCI PSC processes as required
  • Manage (guide/schedule) the CMC certification processes
  • Identify and develop CMC assessors
  • Develop and Manage (guide/schedule) the MC certification processes
  • Identify and develop MC assessors
  • Participate in the ICMCI Member Country audit and IMCSA recertification process
  • Develop and manage the CMC recertification processes
  • Manage the CMC CPD processes
  • Manage and provide input to the ISO17024 processes



Innovation and Education

Chairman: Angelo Kehayas

Committee Members:

Kiran Fakir

Ken Robinson

Key Committee Objectives:

  • Identify and develop academic partners for management consulting education
  • Identify and develop local and international partners for management consulting education
  • Develop and finalise the executive education and masters level management consulting education modules
  • Set up the mechanisms with education and academic partners to present management consulting education interventions in SA and in SADC
  • Finalise the MC standards, accreditation/ assessment processes
  • Set up MC education programme



Professional Code of Ethics

  • Maintain a professional approach, attitude and behaviour in all our dealings with clients, the general public and fellow members.
  • Accept assignments only for which we are qualified and where our objectivity, independence or integrity will not be impaired.
  • Base our client recommendations on impartial observations, responsible opinion, pertinent facts and practical considerations.
  • Ensure our anticipated benefits are obtainable and realistic.
  • Disclose timeously to clients all financial or other interests in recommended goods or services.
  • Ensure mutual understanding of all arrangements with clients prior to engagements.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of client information and never use privileged information without client permission.
  • Refrain from inviting or receiving approaches from clients’ employees for employment which could compromise client confidentiality and confidence.
  • Accept an engagement only where there is no potential conflict of interest with one of our colleagues or where all parties are made aware in advance of the circumstances.
  • Ensure all professionals under our control are fully conversant with, and abide by the Code of Ethics.

Becoming a Member

Individual Consulting Membership

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Individual Coaching Membership

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