Dr Kobus Neethling

 

 

Dr Kobus Neethling is an award-winning and internationally renowned leader in the fields of whole brain thinking and creative behavior.

 

 

 

Practitioners Training

 

 

The hands-on course provides the necessary insight, knowledge, skills and techniques for applying the NBI® to individuals, groups, teams and classrooms, and to give guidance to adults and children.

 

Acre Conference

 

 

Edu 13 and Acre 24: Creativity Without Fear, Favour or Prejudice. Attend one of the most prestigious creativity initiatives in the world!

7 – 12 October 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NBI Profile

 

 

 

To complete your NBI Profile, please follow the link below:

 

 

BENEFIT FROM HIS EXPERTISE BY ATTENDING:

Through the NBI® programme’s brain profiling, you will gain insight into your style of thinking, how to utilise your whole brain in problem solving, sports, education, learning, leadership, interpersonal relationships, and more. Learn about your individual skills, leadership style, creativity, parenting and faith style. Learn to address issues and how to maximise your potential in the above areas through individual training.

Exciting and ground-breaking knowledge is shared at various conferences with several experts sharing insight into creative thinking, leadership, training, education, and whole brain development.

The Whole-Brain Practitioner Course is a practical course for those who would like to be internationally accredited as NBI® Practitioners. After completion of this course, you will be able to apply the NBI® for optimal results in using the various instruments to offer guidance to adults and children. Whether you are a psychologist, a Human Resources specialist, a teacher, a sports coach or in fact in any position, this qualification will ensure insight into how others think, assisting others to develop their own understanding of others, and in growing into their full potential.

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“You need courage to be creative.  Just as soon as you have a new idea, you are a minority of one.  And being a minority of one is uncomfortable – it takes courage!”

Ellis Paul Torrance