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Breaking Disruption Down Beyond the Noise

By |2021-09-20T12:33:12+02:00Jun 23rd, 2021|Podcasts|

Nikki Bush has an energetic conversation with Abdullah Verachia about breaking disruption down beyond the noise of COVID-19, the need for letting go of assumptions that no longer serve us and the concept of intellectual humility in the face [...]

Why Are Fathers Important?

By |2021-09-20T12:33:12+02:00Jun 17th, 2021|Podcasts|

Nikki Bush in conversation with Craig Wilkinson, The Dad Coach, about the importance of fathers in society and in their children’s development, as well as the need for positive masculinity in society today. Craig is the best-selling author of the [...]

Suicide Sensitivity

By |2021-09-20T12:33:14+02:00Apr 7th, 2021|News, Podcasts|

Nikki Bush discusses the topic of suicide sensitivity with psychologist, Claire Newton. It’s the secrete S-word that no one wants to discuss and yet it’s part of our reality, particularly in the Covid-19 pandemic. For more information visit www.clairenewton.co.za or www.nikkibush.com . THE [...]

Why and How to Avoid Sleep Debt

By |2021-09-20T12:33:14+02:00Mar 23rd, 2021|Podcasts|

Nikki Bush chats with Joni Peddie, behavioural strategist and founder of Resilient People about our deep need for sleep, Coronasomnia and why we can't catch up our lost sleep from the week on the weekend. Joni walks her talk [...]

Reframing Divorce

By |2021-09-20T12:34:22+02:00Nov 6th, 2020|News, Podcasts|

Nikki Bush in conversation with Leah Sefor, a well-known and respected Life and Relationships coach with a special interest in empowered divorce. Does divorce always have to be acrimonious? Is divorce an ending or a new beginning? This conversation opens [...]

Rewriting the Human Resources Playbook

By |2021-09-20T12:35:03+02:00May 17th, 2020|Podcasts|

Nikki Bush in conversation with Colin Hall, former CEO and chairman of Wooltru and main board Director of SAB with 60 years of corporate leadership experience to his name. Colin now runs Learning to Lead with Steve Hall. This [...]

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