Pam believes firmly that organisations, teams and individuals apply both specific (unique) and collective capabilities to growing, maintaining or diminishing the unique value add of their own roles and that it is essential for these capabilities to be contextually recognized and enriched for mutual benefit. Her work is primarily grounded in the Requisite theories of both complexity and capability.
With a solid background in Organisational Development, Pam has developed an impressive track record of delivering value, unlocking potential and motivating individuals and teams towards personal and collective growth and success.
Over the past 18 years she has been Project Lead, Team Lead and/or Team Member on a variety of projects in countries including South Africa, Cameroon, Uganda, Rwanda, Malawi, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Mexico, Burkina Faso, Guinea and USA. Her portfolio crosses a multitude of sectors nationally and internationally, including Airlines, Air Transportation Manufacturing, Academic Institutions, Mining (Gold, Platinum, Copper, Manganese, Diamond), Metallurgy, Manufacturing, Fixed line & Cellular Telecoms, Banking, Government, Food & Beverages, Sugar Manufacturing, FMCG, Ports, Hotels, Medical Aid, and the Automotive Industry.