Creina Schneier Faculty (Consultant, Teacher, Coach, Facilitator)
Telephone: +27 82 556 4698
Mobile: +27 82 556 4698

Creina Schneier
MBA (With distinction) – WITS; BA (Hons) Industrial and Organisational Psychology (With distinction) University of Cape Town; Certificate and Diploma in Practitioner Coaching (The Coaching Centre, Cape Town), Coach Supervision Diploma (Coach Development UK).
Founder, Executive Coach & Leadership Development Consultant of Ithaca Leadership Consulting
Time to Think  – Emergent Faculty, Certified Coach and Facilitator and Teacher
Certified ORSC Practitioner – CRR Global, Certified Enneagram practitioner

Professional practice
Creina’s current area of focus is working systemically with individuals and teams to build innovative environments within which people can to thrive. As a certified Relationship Systems and Thinking Environment coach, she works with leaders to maximise the quality of the relationships, thinking, outputs and outcomes of individuals and teams.  She believes that right relationship within self and teams, fostered in an encouraging yet challenging environment that embraces difference, provides fertile soil for growth. Furthermore she has seen sustainable organisational performance improvement be achieved through greater alignment, deeper collaboration and more effective communication. Creina has over 20 years of experience in the field of change leadership and leadership and organisational development. Together with other modalities, she takes the rich tapestry of work that is the Thinking Environment and its applications into for profit and not for profit organisations and educational institutions of all kinds.

Creina loves being in the bush, walking on the beach, indigenous gardening and bird-watching. She loves hiking, swimming, water-skiing, Pilates, reading, good wine, good food and being with friends. She has two children, is married and lives in Johannesburg. She is active in her role as a trustee on two charitable trusts and is committed to engaging with NGOs and NPOs with a view to sustainable social change in communities and natural environments.

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