Win @ Work and Life podcast with Nikki Bush
Ep 23. TRADE-OFFS AND CHOICES THAT COME WITH DISRUPTION with Bronwyn Williams

Ep 23. TRADE-OFFS AND CHOICES THAT COME WITH DISRUPTION with Bronwyn Williams

September 15, 2021

Nikki Bush in conversation with futurist, economist and trends analyst, Bronwyn Williams about past, the present and the future. Bronwyn is a partner at Flux Trends with Deon Chang. Her research focuses on how macro socio-economic trends and emerging technologies will impact businesses, industries, and nations in the near and long term future. She is a guest lectures for leading business schools and is the the co-author of The Future Starts Now, published by Bloomsbury UK. She is a regular guest in the media and is also a member of the Association of Professional Futurists. For more information visit www.fluxtrends.com

 

This conversation covers:

  • The challenges of disruption
  • Postalgia, prostalgia and nostalgia
  • Bouncing back not forwards
  • Tending to your own garden first
  • The trade-off between freedom and security
  • Can we have it all?
  • Pay as you go vs ownership economy
  • Selling our kids the idea of a career vs finding your place in society and adding value
  • Constructive aggression

 

Ep 22.How to raise financially independent children with Wayne Rogers
Ep 21. Nikki Bush in conversation with Kim Potgieter about how to shift our MONEY MINDSET.

Ep 21. Nikki Bush in conversation with Kim Potgieter about how to shift our MONEY MINDSET.

August 11, 2021

Nikki Bush in conversation with Kim Potgieter about how to shift our money mindset. Kim is Head of Life Planning at Chartered Wealth Solutions. she advocates paying attention to our lives and giving intention to our money because it’s one of the longest relationships we will ever have.

THIS CONVERSATION COVERS

- Money – friend or foe?
- Giving money leadership and direction
- Allowing money to serve and enable you
- The connection between life planning and financial planning
- How to change our money stories in the second half of our lives
- Common traps we fall into regarding our relationship with money
- Allowing money to work for us instead of only working for our money
- Why money is an important and exciting conversation to have in the second half of life
- Exercising choice with money
- Why words like fulfilment, balance and joy should form part of money conversations
- What is an empowered modern elder?

Ep.16 How to enable rather than rescue women at work

Ep.16 How to enable rather than rescue women at work

August 3, 2021

Nikki Bush in conversation with Zureida Ebrahim about some of the key lessons she has for women who want to get ahead and how you can help other women too. Zureida is the CEO of Client Engagement Solutions at Momentum Metropolitan Holdings Limited. She has been a mentor for many and has learnt much on this journey. She is married with four children and has been breaking barriers in the corporate arena since the age of 24.

 

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Ep 20. The pandemic of parental guilt and over-protection

Ep 20. The pandemic of parental guilt and over-protection

July 27, 2021

Nikki Bush in conversation with educational psychologist, Dr Ken Resnick. While we may be living in a global pandemic we are also experiencing a pandemic of parental guilt and overprotection, which does neither children nor their parents any favours. Ken is the founder of the evidence-based Smart Choice Parenting Programme which helps parents and children with the full spectrum of childhood developmental problems from poor school performance and refusing to brush teeth, to regressive issues like sleeping in a parent’s bed, to extreme disorders such as bed wetting, ADD and more. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com or www.smartchoiceparenting.co.za

Ep 19. Managing Grief and Loss in the Time of Covid.

Ep 19. Managing Grief and Loss in the Time of Covid.

July 14, 2021

Nikki Bush in conversation with the REV ALISTAIR ANQUETIL about about managing grief and loss in the time of Covid. The concepts of incomplete grief, lack of closure, community and rituals in a time of social distance will be discussed. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com or www.stcolumbaschurch.co.za 

Ep 18. How music raises hope in tough times

Ep 18. How music raises hope in tough times

July 4, 2021

Nikki Bush in an uplifting conversation with composer, conductor and choirmaster Ralf Schmitt, most well-known for taking the Ndlovu Youth Choir from obscurity to the finals of America's Got Talent in 2019. Hear about hope, leadership analogies, how every song must have space for the choir, team work, individuality and diversity. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com or hello@ndlovu.co.za 

Ep 17. Why dads are so important in children’s lives with Craig Wilkinson, The Dad Coach,

Ep 17. Why dads are so important in children’s lives with Craig Wilkinson, The Dad Coach,

June 14, 2021

Why are father’s important?

 

Nikki Bush in conversation with Craig Wilkinson, The Dad Coach, about the importance of fathers in society and in their children’s development. Craig is the best-selling author of the book Dad – how to be the father your children need, he is an award-winning social entrepreneur and a sought-after inspirational speaker. He is the founder of a number of NPOs including Father a Nation. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com and www.dadcoachonline.com

Ep 15.  Nikki Bush discusses the topic of suicide sensitivity with psychologist, Claire Newton.

Ep 15. Nikki Bush discusses the topic of suicide sensitivity with psychologist, Claire Newton.

April 7, 2021

Nikki Bush discusses the topic of suicide sensitivity with psychologist, Claire Newton. Suicide is the secret S word that no-one wants to discuss and yet it’s part of our reality, particularly in the Covid-19 pandemic. This podcast covers risk factors, telltale signs, how we can help those considering suicide and how to support yourself if you are feeling desperate. For more information visit www.clairenewton.co.za or www.nikkibush.com 

Ep 14. The Importance of Storytelling in Disruptive Times with Rob Caskie

Ep 14. The Importance of Storytelling in Disruptive Times with Rob Caskie

March 23, 2021

Nikki Bush chats with master storyteller Rob Caskie about the importance of storytelling in disruptive times. Storytelling done well provides inspiration as well as analogies and insights. Rob's international career spans five continents from boardrooms to stages, from ocean liners to the battlefields of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Even online you will find Rob regaling his audiences in his trademark shorts with his storytelling stick. Rob is also an inductee in the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa Speaker Hall of Fame 2019. For more info visit www.robcaskie.com  or  www.nikkibush.com

Ep 13. Why And How To Avoid Sleep Debt with Joni Peddie

Ep 13. Why And How To Avoid Sleep Debt with Joni Peddie

March 23, 2021

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 and after years of thinking she could get by on four hours sleep a night, she has changed her tune and now counsels her clients against falling into sleep debt. Joni is a professional speaker, executive coach, strategic facilitator and is on the faculty of GIBS. Find her at www.resilientpeople.co.za or visit www.nikkibush.com

Ep 12. Breaking Disruption Down Beyond the Noise with Abdullah Verachia

Ep 12. Breaking Disruption Down Beyond the Noise with Abdullah Verachia

March 15, 2021

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 of disruption from mega trends. Abdullah Verachia wears many hats which is what makes him so interesting to talk to. He is the CEO of The Strategists, Senior Faculty at GIBS and Programme Director for the Harvard Senior Executive Programme for Africa among many other things. Abdullah is also married and has three children aged 4, 6, and 8. His book Reset, Rewire and Reimagine Everything is available in bookstores of for a personal copy order from www.thestragists.co.za . For more information visit www.nikkibush.com

Ep 11. Empowerment Lessons from a Woman at the Top: Anel Bosman

Ep 11. Empowerment Lessons from a Woman at the Top: Anel Bosman

November 13, 2020

An empowerment series to raise hope, build resilience and self-leadership during uncertain times. Nikki Bush in conversation with Anel Bosman, Group Managing Executive at Nedbank CIB, the first woman to hold this senior position in South African banking. She was appointed in April 2020. This interview took place after I presented my Which Jacket Are You Wearing Now talk to Anel and Nedbank's C-suite female clients. We kick of the interview talking about her shoes and their link to her career success. There is some rich inspiration in this conversation. www.nikkibush.com 

Ep 10. Reframing Divorce

Ep 10. Reframing Divorce

November 4, 2020

An empowerment Series to raise hope, build resilience and self-leadership during uncertain times. In this podcast listen to Nikki Bush in conversation with Leah Sefor, Life and Relationship Coach about reframing divorce and doing divorce differently to create a win-win outcome for all. For more information visit www.leahsefor.com or www.nikkibush.com

Ep 9. Empowering You Through the Pregnant Pause of COVID-19

Ep 9. Empowering You Through the Pregnant Pause of COVID-19

November 2, 2020

Empowerment Series to raise hope, build resilience and encourage self-leadership during uncertain times. In this podcast listen as Nikki Bush discusses some of her insights to help you during this long indeterminate middle of the COVID pandemic. We are in an uncomfortable pregnant pause of the COVID-19 storm, holding our breath in anticipation of the new normal, which is not yet in sight.  So how do we continue to thrive under very uncertain conditions? www.nikkibush.com

Ep 8. The ECD Dilemma in SA During COVID-19 with Robyn Wienand

Ep 8. The ECD Dilemma in SA During COVID-19 with Robyn Wienand

June 12, 2020

Nikki Bush in conversation with Robyn Wienand. Robyn is the founder of the Play with a Purpose educational programme and CEO of Preschools 4 Africa. She has worked in the NGO space for over 30 years mentoring and assisting over 200 ECD sites through a social franchise system and another 3 000 through their network. She advocates for ECD at local and national government level and has published research on early education. For more information visit www.preschools4africa.org or www.nikkibush.com

Ep 7. How to Lead Better in Trying Times with Dr Bill Price

Ep 7. How to Lead Better in Trying Times with Dr Bill Price

June 12, 2020

Nikki Bush in conversation with Dr Bill Price about personal leadership in trying times – in business and at home. Bill is a master executive coach with 36 000 hours of one-on-one coaching to his name and a deep understanding of neuroscience and neurobiology. He guides business leaders and their teams as well as ordinary people to help them better understand their talent and potential while achieving their personal best summits. For more information visit www.drbillprice.com or www.nikkibush.com

Ep 6. Rewriting the Human Resources Playbook in Covid-19 with Colin Hall

Ep 6. Rewriting the Human Resources Playbook in Covid-19 with Colin Hall

May 5, 2020

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 and this discussion focuses on the missing link in human resources, that of human energy. Where does it come from and who is responsible for it? Is HR dead? For more information visit www.ltl.co.za and www.nikkibush.com 

Ep 5. Help for parents, children and families processing the trauma of COVID-19 with Dereck Jackson

Ep 5. Help for parents, children and families processing the trauma of COVID-19 with Dereck Jackson

May 5, 2020

Nikki Bush in conversation with Dereck Jackson, veteran educator, counsellor, well-known speaker, author, father and grandfather discussing how families can adjust and transition through the trauma of COVID-19. A must for everyone because we all have to take this journey. Dereck is the author of the best-selling book Parenting with Panache. He recently retired with his family to the UK. You can email him on dereckjackson@gmail.com. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com .

Ep 4. Coping with school from home challenge during the Covid-19 crisis - advice from a teacher

Ep 4. Coping with school from home challenge during the Covid-19 crisis - advice from a teacher

April 22, 2020

Nikki Bush in conversation with Tammy Letcher, a level-headed, seasoned educator who is Deputy Head of Broadacres Academy and Head of the Junior Primary grade 0 - 3. The discussion covers some key considerations of the school from home, distance learning challenge faced by teachers and parents alike in the Covid-19 crisis. For more information visit www.nikkibush.com

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