As a Trainer, Mroleli Limba is highly skilled and experienced in managing the change process of individuals and teams in different sectors. He has flexibility, well-honored skills, deep insight, and a thorough understanding of human motivation. He applies his professional training and facilitation skills, creativity, flexibility, and enthusiasm to the specific subject of his training whether for business development, youth leadership, or any community development training interventions.
Mroleli’s facilitation style is engaging, entertaining, and highly interactive. He uses different methodologies to enable participants to integrate the learning quickly and efficiently so they can immediately apply these new learnings effectively in their workplace and throughout all aspects of their lives
Mroleli’s core focus and experience is in group facilitation, customized curriculum, and training design, coaching and mentoring, leadership skills, and team-building among others. He has worked extensively in small businesses, government, and local communities, across a broad and varied range of industries. He applies his professional training and facilitation skills. With this background, Mroleli brings many diverse professional and personal experiences to any individual or organization with whom he is privileged to work.
Mroleli has acquired a National Diploma in Child and Youth Development at the University of South Africa. He has finished a number of courses like the President Award Mentorship Training on Life Skills, Families Matter Program, Diversity Management, and AIDS Education. He is an accredited Skills Development Facilitator by W&S SETA.
Mroleli was central to the work Aephoria did in measuring Inclusion within an entire university staff population of 8,000 people (2019-2020). He facilitated inclusion workshops and Inclusion Index survey completion sessions with isiXhosa staff thereby ensuring that the survey had sufficient input from these staff members.
The focus for these workshops was to explore staff experience of diversity and inclusion within the system and make recommendations for how to improve inclusivity.
Mroleli was a training contractor for Liberty at Work and SBFC (Standard Bank Financial Consultancy) at Liberty within the New Business Development Department from 01 September 2020 until 31 October 2021. He was responsible to run virtual training for the Call Centre Agents at DFS and Financial Advisors from Liberty and Standard Bank.
He is also involved with Neighbourhood Watch as a freelance facilitator around the Western Cape Communities, running workshops on Conflict Management. The workshops started on 19 June 2021 to date and these are conducted on weekends only.
Mroleli is an active director of Khuphula Training Solutions (Pty) Ltd and Simbarashe Sanitation. He is also a Pastor at the Divine Purpose Ministries in Milnerton Cape Town.
Mroleli is committed to empowering individuals, teams, businesses, and organizations to be equipped for their success.