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Hi I'm Cynthia

Cynthia Chirinda is a Communications, Organisational and Personal Development Consultant. A Certified Life Coach, Author, and Strategist, her interventions in various organisations and institutions through Organizational Assessment, Change Management, Problem Solving, Team Building and Process Consulting have a proven record of organizational growth and development.
A recipient of several leadership awards, Cynthia has worked with various corporates, international development agencies, government ministries, coalitions, political organisations, faith based organisations and commissions in areas of leadership development, youth and women empowerment. As a Transformation Agent, her ministry, publications and film productions carry a message that provokes people and institutions to challenge their comfort zones, live balanced lives and create trans-generational solutions through paradigm shifts.

A minister of the gospel with a prophetic voice to rebuild brokenness, Cynthia has served extensively in church ministry leadership and works in an advisory capacity with the Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe (EFZ) Women’s Ministry. She is the founder of Women Politicians Incubator Zimbabwe (WOPIZ), Wholeness Incorporated and Director of Africa Reform Institute. Cynthia is a mother of five.

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What My Wonderful Clients and Readers Say

  • "Hi Cynthia. I read your article The Art of Decision Making," in The Standard newspaper last Sunday. It was so helpfull and inspiring. I am trying to break into the small to medium enterprises and have realised the importance of planning before i pump in a lot of capital.

  • Thank you for your article titled "Developing your mental stamina for a strong finish." I was so motivated and I found the story on Hevlon Ngetich very motivating. I agree with you that mental strength is what most of us lack. Thank you.keep up the good work!!

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