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Join Human Potential and Parenting Expert Nikki Bush who will help you to reframe Covid-19 to win at work and life. If you are a parent who is now also working remotely from home too, the pressure is on. Not only do you have to perform ‘at work at home’, but you have 12 hours of your child’s awake time per day to manage in between everything, whether you like it or not. Have you done the calculation? That’s 252 hours over 21 days! How are you going to survive and thrive through lockdown personally, professionally and as a parent? This is no small feat. Nikki Bush will help you to
reframe the lockdown experience, keep perspective and show up realistically. She will reset your mind, shift your heart and leave you with useful resources to help you win at work and life.
Human potential and parenting thought leader, Nikki Bush, helps individuals and teams to win at life and work. Her passion for connection and relationships, and how to maintain them in a fast-changing world, is at the core of everything she does.
Nikki has helped hundreds of thousands of parents and educators to future-proof the next generation. Her wisdom, creativity and practical ideas are the solution for those who are long on love and short on time.
She works with businesses and organisations to grow stronger, more connected teams and to improve engagement and productivity, while also developing resilience to cope with disruption.
Nikki is an award-winning speaker, having been inducted into the Professional Speakers’ Association of South Africa Speaker Hall of Fame in 2019 – the first woman to receive this
lifetime achievement award. She the best-selling author of three books: Future-proof Your Child (Penguin), Easy Answers to Awkward Questions (Metz Press) and Tech-Savvy Parenting (Bookstorm) and a number of ebooks. Her next book, due for publication in August 2019, is Future-proof Your Child for the 2020s and beyond.
Nikki is the “go-to-person” for the media regarding anything to do with child development, parenting and human potential, having racked up over 2 000 media interviews in 10 years, including a weekly slot on SABC 3’s Expresso and Radio 702 on which she is the resident parenting expert. She is a guest lecturer at Henley Business School, Wits Business School and GIBS.
Nikki lives in Johannesburg with her two sons aged 19 and 24.