Enoch Mafuyeka - Business Coach - Johannesburg

Enoch Mafuyeka

Business & Executive Coach

Enoch Mafuyeka - Business Coach - Johannesburg

Johannesburg (North, South & West)

BA (Ed): University of Limpopo; BA Hons (Geography): Vista University; BA Hons (HRD) University of Johannesburg; Master of Business Leadership (MBL): UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership; Business and Executive coaching: Wits Business School; Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching: South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP)

083 702 4941


337 Bush Willow Street, Roodekrans, Roodepoort, South Africa


Enoch is an experienced Human Resource Development (HRD) Practitioner with extensive experience in providing Learning and Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development and Business Coaching at senior management level. He has been practising as a Business Coach for over three years.


Enoch’s areas of expertise include Training and Development, Facilitation, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Succession Planning, and Business and Leadership Coaching. His preference in business coaching includes working with leaders/managers who are technically competent in their fields but seek help on how to work well with others or collaborate better, recently promoted leaders who have taken on a new role and coaching for performance. He is also interested in working with recently graduated clients to identify their career goals and co-create development plans to achieve them.

Enoch’s background and expertise in HRD facilitates an enabling environment for growth and development of those he coaches.


Enoch’s coaching approach comprises Contracting, Understanding through Assessment, Raising Awareness, Defining Outcomes, Action Plans towards the Outcomes and Reflection. While client-centred in his approach, he also challenges and supports his clients to increase their self-awareness, personal resourcefulness and individual responsibility in areas of performance and development. His view is that whilst he is an expert in the coaching process, the clients are experts on themselves and their situations. Enoch uses facilitative style to lead the coaching process and allow the client to lead the change.

Amongst other coaching outcomes, Enoch helps clients to:

• Identify their strengths and areas of development;
• Have a clear sense of direction and well-defined goals;
• Increase their self-awareness, insights and confidence;
• Improve their productivity levels and personal contributions; and
• Align their personal goals with business goals.


Enoch uses coaching tools such as the Pre-Coaching questionnaire, the Wheel of Life and the 360-Degree Assessment. The Pre-Coaching Questionnaire and the Wheel of Life assist the client to define the coaching outcomes and plan for the coaching session, and the 360-degree survey conducted helps the client to see how he/she is perceived in the organisation. Based on feedback given to the client, a development plan is drawn to guide the discussion and to measure the effectiveness of coaching sessions.


Using the desired outcomes identified at the beginning of the coaching process, Enoch develops evaluation questions using the four levels of evaluation (Reaction, Learning, Application and Business Impact). The questions are sent to the client, manager and other stakeholders, where applicable, at three months intervals. Each stakeholder completes the evaluation and this is shared at the meeting attended by all. This process is repeated at the end of the coaching session.


Enoch has twenty-five (25) years experience in the field of human resources development. He has worked across different industries, ranging from wholesale and retail, mining, banking and local government. The positions he occupied over the years include Training Manager, Senior Consultant, Head of Training and Development, and Director: Talent Acquisition, Remuneration, Performance Management and Transformation.


  • BA (Ed): University of Limpopo
  • BA Hons (Geography): Vista University
  • BA Hons (HRD) University of Johannesburg
  • Master of Business Leadership (MBL): UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership
  • Certificate Programme in Labour Relations and Leadership: Wits Business School
  • Certificate in Business and Executive coaching: Wits Business School
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching: South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP)


For his continuous development, Enoch has appointed a Coach Supervisor, Joanne Searle, who is a registered Supervisor with COMENSA, has a certificate in ICF Supervision and supervises a diversity of coaches, both individually and in groups. Enoch uses the advantages of supervision to explore and reflect on his interactions with clients, review caseload and practice issues, and to support him to work ethically and with integrity.


  • International Coaching Federation (ICF)
  • Coaches and Mentors Association of South Africa (COMENSA)


I have been coached by Enoch since July 2020 and we started meeting on a weekly basis until I was comfortable doing the tasks without constant supervision. Enoch assisted me in identifying my weaknesses and guided me through the process of overcoming those weaknesses and to become a better person. I had recently started in a new Role as an HR manager in a Bank and I was faced with many challenges which sometimes made me feel incompetent and useless.
Enoch gave me tasks and referred me to books that assisted me in the transition. I am comfortable to say that today I am in a better space. I am able to engage with top executives with confidence and I do truly appreciate the time that he attended to me and would recommend him to anyone who requires a coach.

Skhumbuzo Shezi, HR Manager, Nedbank

I was privileged to have the support of Mr Enoch Mafuyeka as a personal coach during a major transition I had embarked on. The coaching sessions provided a valuable opportunity for me to reflect on the kind of changes I decided to make in my life i.e., moving from a senior management position to prepare for intensive full-time PhD study, and the kinds of actions required to ensure a positive transition process. I particularly valued Mr Mafuyeka’s supportive, encouraging approach – always calmly and clearly encouraging me to engage in deeper reflection which allowed me to better understand and improve aspects of my personality and behaviour patterns that were holding me back from reaching my full potential. I also valued the very useful practical exercises to plot a clear development plan for myself towards reaching my goals which directly led to the finalization of my study proposal and application submission which was subsequently accepted. Mr Mafuyeka’s particular coaching style and approach definitely made a positive difference in equipping me with insight and skills that I believe will continue to benefit me in the various aspects of my life going forward, both personally and professionally.
Hermine Engel, Former Acting Executive Director, Planact (Urban Development NGO)