WHO WE ARE

TREETOPS IS A PLACE OF TRANSFORMATION

We are a well-established Black-Owned Organisation Development firm. Our vision ‘Partners in Transforming’ captures our essence.  

We ensure that we add substance to the term “partner”. This we do through continuously re-engineering ourselves, keeping our technical strategic and development philosophies in line with international trends. Our global network, local network and professional registrations ensure this.

In the final analysis, our results speak for themselves. Treetops is thus a place of transformation (See Treetops Story and References)

For the past 27 years our clients have preferred our Services because of our extensive experience in:

  • Organisation Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Team Effectiveness, Strategic Planning and Assessments.
  • Passion and commitment to make South Africa a better place for all through our
  • Diversity Management programme.
  • Commitment to making our business to understand our clients’ business
  • Quality and integrity which are non-negotiables
  • Diverse, experienced and professional team
  • Proven methodology and track record 
  • Success in building High Performance Teams.

Our definition of Transformation is anchored in the belief that it is about facilitating processes that will add value and helping people, teams and organisations to step into their own power.

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We believe that we have been successful in adding value to client organisations for more than 25 years because we have.......

  • Experience and vision to assist you in a meaningful way
  • The passion to commit ourselves to the highest quality service
  • The creativity to stay abreast of the latest developments
  • The team to support our process
  • The integrity to know what we can and cannot do
  • The commitment to give our best

COMPANY OWNERSHIP & BBBEE

Treetops is Black-Owned with a Level 2 Procurement Rating as certified by Empowerdex. Our organisation is 51% Black-owned and has 32% female ownership.