Paul Bushell is a practicing business psychologist and specialist process facilitator. He specializes in human capital processes aimed at finding creative solutions for business, teams and individuals. Paul has a special interest in Design Thinking and Systemic Approaches to finding empathetic, needs-driven and creative outcomes.
Amidst all the national doom and gloom, Nkosi sikelei iAfrika remains a happy song for South Africans. We feel proud of our song when we hear it before rugby and soccer matches. But do we know what it means?
Raising children has become a competitive business. Getting children into the right schools, universities and jobs has become an important part of parenting. My god daughter is due in 3 weeks time and we already have plans to put her on a school waiting list.
I was part of a leadership workshop this week with a group of young leaders. The venue for the workshop was Liliesleaf Farm in Rivonia, which was a safe house for Nelson Mandela and the other ANC stalwarts accused of treason in the infamous Rivonia Trail. It was here that they planned to overthrow the Apartheid regime by force.
The weakening Rand has made South Africans working abroad richer than they thought.
The working world has changed. Technology has allowed us increased mobility and innovation in the way that we do our work. The fact that I’m writing this article from Prince Albert in the Karoo (South Africa) is proof that almost anything is possible with a clever hand held device.