Our mission is to help change the African organisational landscape to be inclusive, equitable and representative.
Our vision is to empower marginalised professionals, teams, and leaders in African organisations to be their best possible selves at work, and to be a source of competitive advantage to organisations.
Our approach to people solutions combines our track record with empirical-based knowledge of organisational behaviour, industrial and organisational psychology, and management and organisational studies. Our empirically-based people solutions are designed to empower individuals, teams and organisations with the tools they need to unleash their full potential.
Our approach to clients starts with a comprehensive consultation to help identify gaps and opportunities. We follow up with a diagnostic report that includes a project plan with timelines and milestones, a cost analysis, and schedule based on our suite of quality people solutions.
That’s how we ensure your success.
Our people solutions are unique, theoretically sound, and practical to address business challenges. Our team is flexible and scalable to deliver our people solutions to your business challenges.
We give our clients the time and guidance they deserve. We work with our clients to create and refine a plan for success.
Talk to us today and find out how we can support your organisation to grow, improve inclusion, limit employee turnover and stay on track for success through your people.
Ruwayne is a senior Organisational Psychologist who works as both practitioner and academic. He is the founder and CEO of Authentic Organisations. Ruwayne is a global people management specialist with an outstanding 25 year track record of delivering results across national, regional, and global multinational companies by generating innovative people solutions to business challenges.
Ruwayne has extensive global experience in learning and development, talent management, leadership development, organisation development and change management.
He has experience leading culturally diverse teams across markets such as Europe, Middle East and Africa, and mobilising these teams around a common vision, aligned strategy, and practical plan to support business performance and growth.
Ruwayne's organisational research underwrites his empirical and practical understandings of characteristics that enable marginalised professionals to be their very best selves at work. He serves as faculty at both Johannesburg Business School and the Africa Leadership University School of Business. Ruwayne is also research supervisor in Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the Universities of Johannesburg and Witwatersrand in South Africa.
Azania is completing a tailored Industrial and Organisational Psychology internship at Authentic Organisations. In conjunction with completing his internship, he also provide project support to consulting, coaching and development projects. Azania is young, vibrant and always ready for a challenge.