Mr. Angelo Kehayas, CEO of ProfWeb was appointed as Chief Operating Officer of Madala & Associates. He brings with him a wealth of experience as a Public and Key Note Speaker, Business, Executive and Leadership Coach.
He has served at the senior level in Blue-Chip companies and has established and run successful ventures in multiple industries. He has designed and delivered corporate development programmes, focused speaking events, and has coached executives, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Angelo specializes in challenging assignments, solving systems problems and facilitating group and team planning sessions.
As a certified Master Coach, Certified Management Consultant and NLP Practitioner with IMCSA (Institute of Management Consultants and Master Coaches), his approach is unique in that he addresses the inter- and intra-personal issues facing businesses and business owners – particularly entrepreneurs.
The primary goal of Madala & Associates is to transform businesses not just in terms of Black Empowerment Compliance, but in the holistic sense through focused interventions which incorporate leading practices, skilled resources, global research and the appropriate technologies.
The benefit of this partnership to their clients is that not only will interventions impact businesses positively, it entails a complete mind-set change of individuals and alliances within the businesses to a more collaborative state which seeks to collectively work toward the end goals of the business.
Dilley Naidoo, CEO of Madala & Associates says, “The appointment of Angelo Kehayas as COO was a logical choice. His skills add tremendous value to our current offerings. We at Madala & Associates do not consider ourselves ‘consultants’, we are “ResultantsTM”, and expect all synergistic relationships to be the same. We do not show you what’s wrong, we deliver RESULTS.”
“I am delighted to be on board with Dilley as his experience, particularly in the manufacturing industry with entrepreneurs, spans decades and his track-record speaks for itself”, said Kehayas.