Motivational Speaker

Based: Johannesburg

Siphiwe Moyo is a Professional Motivational Speaker based in South Africa. He researches and speaks on employee engagement, employee morale, employee motivation and on strategies aimed at nipping the entitlement culture in the bud.

He is an Organizational Development and Learning Specialist. He is an Author, Facilitator and MC.

His qualifications include:

Executive Development Programme from Wits Business School (2015)
Masters in Business Administration from Potch Business School (2009)
B Com (Hons) Human Resource Development from the University of Johannesburg (2005)
International Exec Programme in Retail Banking from the International Academy of Retail Banking in the UK (2012)
Bachelors Degree (cum laude) Human Resources from the Vaal University of Technology (2002

He is the Chairman of the Board at the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP), a past Chapter President at the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) and a member of the Global Speakers Federation (GSF).


This is the art of guiding groups in a process to do Strategic Planning. As strategy facilitators, we bring together the best tools, processes and methodologies available for strategy planning. Strategy Workshops are widely used for strategy development, and they can be incredibly effective. Because we facilitate many of them, we know how to get the best results.


Good facilitators can get you to where you want to be without a great deal of difficulty, exploring different avenues along the way but ultimately ending up at the correct destination. Unfortunately there aren’t a great number of facilitators out there, but WE ARE ONE OF THE FEW!


At certain levels in your organization internal learning facilitators become ineffective, not because they lack the skills but because you just need an independent, highly skilled and experienced professional to deal with senior people. Whether it is your internal leadership/management/coaching programs or one built externally for you – we can facilitate learning at the middle to senior management level effectively.


In order to ensure a successful delivery of your event you need a Master of Ceremonies (MC) but not just any, instead someone that is unique, exciting, interactive, informed and most of all an MC with a good sense of humour to keep the audience alive.

Siphiwe Moyo will customize a talk according to your needs. Some of his talks include:


In his flagship keynote, Motivational Speaker Siphiwe Moyo uses a study by a well-know Psychiatrist who observed that many of the people that consult in his practice for some reason believe that life ought to be easy. This keynote is a hard-hitting, humorous presentation of hard facts about life that is meant to challenge participants to get over any situation that they may be in.

Some of the lessons in this keynote include the following:
▪ Life is difficult – get over it.
▪ Contrary to popular belief; the world owes you absolutely nothing.
▪ Talk is cheap. Eventually people get tired of all your promises.
▪ Nobody cares how good you used to be.
Siphiwe’s ability to present these tough, challenging facts of life in a very humorous way has endeared him to the hearts of many.


Advancing in one’s career or in life has a bit of art to it. In this keynote Siphiwe presents strategies for this advancement.

Some of the lessons in this keynote include:

• People who are too nice to you want you to stay where you are.
• Offence can and will hamper your career progress
• The role of exposure.
• The role of serving explained.


Directly from his published book of the same title.

Motivational Speaker, Siphiwe Moyo is very fascinated by the financial markets and the equity market in particular. Over the years he has learned that the financial markets have very interesting lessons that could be applied to life. In this keynote, Siphiwe presents these lessons, which include the following:
▪ All trends eventually end
▪ Human beings are like derivatives; your value depends on what happens to the value of another asset (another variable).
▪ Don’t focus on the share price
▪ Those that give a lot of interviews and analysis on business television and radio are not necessarily the most successful. Shut up and work.