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So far Johannesburg Chapter has created 9 blog entries.
19 06, 2020

The voice of youth -inspiration and disruption

By |2020-06-29T16:33:44+02:0019th June 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

On Thursday 18th June 2020, the PSASA celebrated youth development month with two visionary young speakers. Our Chapter President, Nikki Bush, opened the evening by saying that young people are able to see things from a different perspective because they are not walking well-worn neurological pathways that older, more [...]

23 05, 2020

Speakers as agents of positive change

By |2020-05-27T12:44:14+02:0023rd May 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

The PSASA JHB Chapter meeting held on 21 May 2020 was informative, entertaining & inspiring. We had 98 participants including guests. The 1st speaker was Conrad Koch and Chester Missing Conrad Koch, is a ventriloquist, political analyst & entertainer who speaks through the medium of his puppet Chester Missing. [...]

25 04, 2020

How to “brain hack” your audience while facing the webcam

By |2020-04-27T13:05:20+02:0025th April 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

On Thursday 23rd April, the JHB Chapter of the PSASA held its first virtual meeting under its new President, Nikki Bush -CSP. A new attendance record was set, with 98 people on the call. We had 43 members from all chapters and a remarkable 55 guests. Possibly a sign of [...]

11 04, 2020

The Significance of Leadership during Uncertain Times: A Tribute to PSASA

By |2020-04-23T15:47:37+02:0011th April 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

I am deeply honoured to have been elected to the Board of PSASA - Johannesburg Chapter (Professional Speakers Association of South Africa). Times of crisis and uncertainty require extra-ordinary leadership. At a time like this two extraordinary women have been appointed to take the PSASA forward at a national [...]

11 02, 2020

A neuroscience perspective on leadership, and ChInKing

By |2020-04-23T16:05:27+02:0011th February 2020|General, Johannesburg Chapter|

A double header line-up at the Johannesburg Chapter of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa's January meeting saw two interesting speakers share insights into their areas of expertise. A packed room at HB Connect in Sandton played host to presentations by Dr Melodie de Jager, founder of Mind Moves, [...]

10 11, 2019

An emotional night filled with inspiration and lessons

By |2019-11-19T16:47:30+02:0010th November 2019|Johannesburg Chapter|

Many tears were shed at the October meeting of the Johannesburg chapter of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA). The gathering played host to two keynote speakers, Nondumiso Sibiya and Nikki Bush, whose emotional and inspirational presentations left attendees thinking. Don’t let your current circumstances determine your future [...]

28 09, 2019

How to make real money in speaking and training

By |2019-09-28T19:24:25+02:0028th September 2019|Johannesburg Chapter|

The latest, monthly meeting of the Johannesburg chapter of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) served up two insightful, thought-provoking presentations. Following a table discussion, during which attendees shared the most useful apps they use in their lives (including Namola, Google Maps, and Whizzky), the first keynote speaker, [...]

9 09, 2019

Digital marketing tools and speaking tips

By |2019-09-12T19:44:35+02:009th September 2019|Johannesburg Chapter|

A bigger room was required for the last meeting of the Johannesburg chapter of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) due to the number of members and guests in attendance. It may have had something to do with the keynote speakers that were lined up and the topics [...]

12 08, 2019

The state of South Africa’s electricity system and the power of podcasting

By |2019-08-12T17:09:25+02:0012th August 2019|Johannesburg Chapter|

Attendees at the most recent meeting of the Johannesburg Chapter of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA), held on 18 July at HB Connect in Sandton, were treated to two interesting, insightful presentations. The evening began with a welcome by Chapter President Ian Bratt, who conducted a table [...]