Thandi Momubaghan is the founder of On-Track Empowering Solutions (Pty) Ltd, which is an organisation that supports companies and individuals to evolve using approaches that tackle challenges and offer empowering solutions for sustainability and continuous improvement. Thandi has been an active participant of the Anglo American BLAST (Building Leaders and Shaping Talent) programme, a member of the University of Johannesburg Training Manager’s Committee as well a member of South African Graduate Association (SAGRA) which in her experience working with various academic institutions, different talented/ skilled people, different orgnanisations with different cultures and also understanding the business world and it’s needs inspired her to establish this company in order to bridge the gap; connect organisations with the right talent and continuously support clients to stay on-track. As a Business & Life Coach, she has made a huge impact in many career lives of professional men and women in different industries. Many that she had coached and assisted in following their careers are now occupying higher positions at few of recognised companies in South Africa
Thandi holds a Bachelor of Education degree and post qualifications in Human Resources, Labour Relations and Labour Law. Thandi has a diverse background in Talent Management with much focus on Graduate Recruitment at Universities, Recruitment & Selection for bursaries at local schools, Career Guidance, Coordination and Facilitation of intervention programmes, Leadership Development programmes, Business & Life Coaching and Community Development programmes. Thandi is an
accredited Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) and a professional Business & Life Coach, coached and mentored by Bill Price of the VIP Leadership and Strategic Coaching Institute in the field of Leadership Management. She is a conference and motivational speaker and also gives motivational talks at schools to management, teachers, learners and parents/SGB.
Thandi served on the Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore Employment Equity Committee, Transformation Committee and the Women in mining Committee. Her coordination of Woman in Mining Plans was on a strategic level in adherence to the Mining Charter which involved conceptualising, designing and execution of women in mining projects
for the organisation as well as woman empowerment projects for women in communities surrounding respective mines. Her Woman in mining projects included conceptualising, planning and hosting the first Woman in Mining Lekgotla for the former minister of Mineral Resources, Honourable Minister Susan Shabangu, hosted at Birchwood Conference Venue in 2012 and that included commemorating Dr. Nkosasana Dlamini Zuma on her appointment as the first female head of the African Union (AU) Commission and Khanyisile Kweyama on her appointment as the first woman in South Africa to hold the Vice President of the Chamber of Mines position which she is highly proud of her tremendous contribution towards the success of such a national recognised event.