Litha Geza is the Founder and Managing Director of iLithaLelanga Coaching and Consulting. She is a:

  • Professional Coach and Mentor
  • Member of the John Maxwell Team of coaches speakers and trainers
  • Leadership expert
  • Talent Management and Development Practitioner
  • International Gestalt Organization and Leadership Development Coach and Consultant
  • Transformation and Change Management specialist

Litha has 27 years public sector experience, 16 years of which has been in senior and executive management levels. She has held a number of strategic leadership positions, chaired and participated in a number of governance structures and has membership of board and audit committee experience.

A former Deputy Director General in the Eastern Cape Office of the Premier responsible for:


  • Public Sector Transformation & Service Excellence
  • Organizational Development, Process Design & Productivity Improvement
  • Innovation & Knowledge Management

  • Change Management
  • Human Capital & Talent Management
  • Capacity Building initiatives
  • Corporate Communication
  • Information & Communication Technology
  • Good Corporate Governance


  • Executive Specialized Master’s Degree: Consulting and Coaching for Change
    (HEC Executive Education, Paris in partnership with Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK)

  • Masters in Business Administration (MBA)                              (University of Potchefstroom)

  • Honours BA Communication 
    (University of Fort Hare)

  • Diploma in Telecommunication Studies & Diploma in Applied Information Technology  
    (Cable and Wireless College, UK)

My Values 


ethical, honest, trustworthy


service before self, people-centered, empathetic, adaptable


add value, develop, transform


professional, high standards, continuous improvement


create lasting impact

Certifications, Accreditations & Professional Bodies

“Growth demands a temporary surrender of security. It may mean giving up familiar but limiting patterns, safe but unrewarding work, values no longer believed in, and relationships that have lost their meaning.”

John C. Maxwell