Expert healthcare professionals in their respective fields with a passion for gaining and sharing knowledge

Kim Ballantine

B.Econ MA (Ind Psych)
Prof Business Coach (COMENSA 2970)

Kim has 29 years’ experience in the area of people development, specifically mentoring and coaching. She has worked for the Human Sciences Research Council as an Industrial and Research Psychologist conducting research, training and development. As an associate of Competitive Dynamics International (CDI) she consulted to the manufacturing, retail and service sectors, bringing International Best Practice to the front line through a coaching and mentorship process.

Kim is an Accredited Professional Business and Life Coach, the Director of Camber Coaching and a member of COMENSA. Her passion is to see people and organizations maximize their potential and go beyond the limits they have set for themselves. Current clients include Ubank, MTN, Citadel, SAICA, The Department of Higher Education, PinkDrive, Cairnmead Industrial Consultants, a major banking company and Rous House Productions.

Her area of particular interest is burnout and compassion fatigue specifically in the health care industry and the caring professions, having experienced the effects within her own family. She has conducted Webinars on the subject and spoken at PinkDrive, the Pharmaceutical Association of South Africa, The Huddle (Rare Diseases and the Genetic Alliance of South Africa Conference), CANSA, The International Congress on Mining and Minerals, the Greenlight Indaba and the Igazi Foundation. She is also assisting with the Presidential Health Summit looking into this topic.

Kim is also a Public Speaker and shares lessons from her journey of voice loss for almost 6 years, followed by breast cancer and her eventual full recovery, including her speech.

Kim is married to Rob and has 3 children of her own children– Natalie, Ashleigh and Ryan, as well as the gift of Khethiwe. She loves cycling, hiking, rock climbing and life in general.


Covid-19 Storm

The Gift in the Covid-19 Storm: A Focus on the Mental Wellness Challenge and Ethics

3 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Kim Ballantine

Compassion fatigue, stress and burnout were occupational hazard in the helping professions prior to COVID-19. However, the pandemic has brought additional issues such as moral injury, pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Burn-in to the fore, issues that both healthcare providers and their client base…

Compassion Fatigue

Ethics: Compassion Fatigue

36 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Kim Ballantine

Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of caring, is an occupational hazard in the helping professions.

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