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Dr Maano Ramadwa Biography

Maano Ramadwa is a resuscitation speaker and coach, a leadership consultant, strategic planning facilitator and author on life, education, business and leadership imperatives. He is an authority who is recognized for his customized impactful inspiration, Organizational Culture, Leadership, and Workplace Ethics and Conduct talks.

His simplicity is influenced by his elaborative nature polished by his massive experience in the classroom as a teacher and school principal. Maano Ramadwa is a thought leader and an opinion maker frequently used by various media houses such as TBN, ENCA, SABC NEWS, Phalaphala FM, Jozi FM, SAFM, Alex FM, Channel Africa, Move Magazine, Krugersdorp News, Randfontein Herald and City Press.

 Maano Ramadwa’s audio teachings on learners and teachers solutions are what this generation has been eagerly waiting for to bring about transformation in the education and corporate boardrooms. Amongst his audio collection, are the following: 5 Qualities of a Professional; 5 Pillars of Teachings; Successful New Beginning; 5 Senses of Leadership; and 5 R’s of Resuscitation (Strategic Planning Model). He also has audio material for young people: Identity, Take Charge as well as Student Transition for Tertiary students.

Mr. Ramadwa uses his radio show, The Revival Show on Westside FM 98.9 mhz to make an impact in the lives of the people on a weekly basis. He is currently busy shooting his debut TV show, called Resuscitation Leadership Conversations which has already shot five episodes. Mr. Ramadwa is the founder of the Maano Ramadwa Education Foundation which aims at mentoring young people to discover and polish their innate gifts from a young age.

Over and above his teaching qualification, Mr. Ramadwa holds an Advanced Certificate in School Leadership and Management from Matthew Goniwe school of Leadership. He has done work for many schools across the Gauteng province and beyond, including districts and various retail stores. Mr. Ramadwa lives in Johannesburg, South Africa.