The passion and love for helping and empowering others comes from a deep appreciation and love for life itself.

Shoni Khangala is a Qualified ILS Life and Business Coach. He achieved his Coaching qualification as one of the Best ILS Coaching International has produced to date. Not only is he a Certified ILS Coach, he is a Master Coach – having obtained his ILS Master Coach qualifications with flying colours! ILS Master Coach is ILS’s top qualification and which has been awarded ACTP accreditation by the International Coach Federation (ICF). Shoni is also an ILS Enneagram Coach. He is a COMENSA Registered Coach. He also serves on COMENSA’s Ethics Portfolio Committee.

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See ILS Coaching Credo, Definition and Mission Statement

Shoni Khangala provides coaching to individuals, professionals, entrepreneurs, Managers and CEO’s of small and big businesses.

At Potential Exponents we only assign Certified ILS Master Coaches to our clients – no designation lesser than Master Coach!

Areas we cover in our coaching interventions include but are not limited to:

Group coaching is also provided to help individuals achieve team or organizational objectives. Group coaching is conducted at ours or at the clients’ premises. Potential Exponents is fortunate enough to have an exclusive preferential arrangement with one of Cape Town’s top luxury hotels which offers top of the range conferencing facilities. Whilst these facilities are subject to availability, all efforts will be made to accommodate Potential Exponents and its clients.

Coaching is provided in a safe environment; and is tailored according to the client’s needs. References from satisfied clients (which includes CEOs) is available upon request. In several occasions the feedback received is simply Heart-warming Coaching Feedback. NB. Names of individual Coachees have been withheld to maintain confidentiality. 

An example of tools for coaching obstacles  

As a Guest on Cape Television’s ‘New Horizons‘, Shoni Khangala (CEO and Founder of Potential Exponents) shares an example of one of InnerLifeSkills® tools used to coach clients through obstacles. 


Contact us for more information about our creative out-of-the-box coaching packages and our flexible yet competitive rates.

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Shoni Khangala (CEO and Founder: Potential Exponents)

COACH TRAINING

Not only is Shoni Khangala (CEO and Founder of Potential Exponents) a Certified ILS Master Coach, he is also a Licensed and Qualified InnerLifeSkills® (ILS) Master Trainer.

What does this mean?

This means Shoni Khangala can train you or your employees to become Certified ILS Coaches; or train your employees and management to acquire coaching skills through any of ILS Coaching Courses, which have ACSTH (Approved Coach Specific Training Hours).

You can now enrol and be trained by Shoni Khangala, in any of ILS standard Coaching programmes such as Coach 101, ILS Coach or the ILS Master Coach program, which has ICF (International Coach Federation) ACTP accreditation.

Shoni also offers customized Coaching interventions, which focus on organization-specific objectives.

ILS Coaches have access to approximately 111 powerful nuggets! Imagine a Coach-wise management team that empowers and coaches employees through their obstacles and limiting beliefs!

To make an enquiry regarding upcoming intake of ILS Coach Training programs offered by Potential Exponents email Shoni Khangala at shoni@potentialexponents.com

 

MAKING A CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY 

To appreciate Potential Exponents’ contribution to the community during 2015 read the article “Seeing Ability in others“, which was shared with decision-makers on Linkedin on 11th October 2015; as well as a post “A Life has been changed” posted in 2017.

During 2014 Shoni Khangala (CEO and Founder of Potential Exponents) committed himself to a 10-months period with SA-Yes (South African Youth Education for Sustainability) as a Volunteer Mentor.

Many abused, neglected and abandoned children land up in Children’s Homes. Whilst the Homes provide much needed support for the children, when they reach a period when they must leave, many young people end up living on the streets, and in some cases resorting to drugs and crime. Shoni was part of SA-Yes’s mentoring programme which fills the gap between leaving a Home and living independently.

The depth and level of challenges faced in these situations has further enhanced and strengthened Shoni’s capacity in other different types of coaching and mentoring relationships.

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