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About Free To Grow

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Our why?

Free To Grow was founded in 1994 to bring healing and hope to people in organisations and communities.

While this focus on personal growth and transformation remains at the core of our work, our products and services have evolved.

Today, we offer a comprehensive package that helps people, as well as organisations, thrive.



Our values are our true north - they are the heart of who we are and how we work

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We do what we say and say what we do.

Passion for Quality

Quality is not negotiable - good is never enough.


We stay abreast of trends and are constantly seeking new and impactful ways to accelerate learning and performance.


We believe that what comes from the heart – goes to the heart.

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We are committed to making a meaningful contribution that adds real value to our clients.


People are the reason for our existence. We treat them with respect and empower and acknowledge them whenever we can.

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Our Patron

Professor Shirley Zinn, an esteemed figure in business and leadership, shares our heart for uplifting people. Her dedication to fostering diversity and growth aligns seamlessly with the Free To Grow mission.

We are humbled and proud to have Shirley, an accomplished leader, author, educator and advocate for positive change as our Patron. Her guidance, mentorship and advocacy will further empower us to expand our reach, enrich our programs and effect positive change in the lives of individuals and organisations.


Our team of consultants has the skills to shape and implement solutions appropriate to our clients’ needs.


We take pride in the passion, skills, and experience in our team of accredited Free To Grow facilitators. The diversity in the team enables us to effectively work across industries and job levels.

Our facilitators reside in Gauteng, Kwazulu Natal, Free State, Eastern & Western Cape, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, and Nigeria.

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