PODCAST REVIEW: “Uncommon Perspective” transforming all generations to build and grow
The Uncommon Perspective is an online series of dialogues accessed via a podcast where Chairman Simba Group, Dr. Patrick Bitature, and Natalie Bitature Chief of Staff Simba Group podcast weekly discuss issues surrounding Africa growth and the African perspective of different generations with the common goal of transforming their lives.
The podcast can now be accessed via Google podcast, Apple, Iheart among other platforms.
In one of the episodes, Bitature highlighted that “Whereas those outside Africa are going through what the globe is calling "The Great Resignation" many in Uganda and in other parts of Africa are taking even more jobs just to make ends meet”
In their banter and dialogue is always something that can help you build and grow in Africa and the world. Every week Bitature share his opinion on several topics and he reminds the public to always tap in.
“I welcome you all to join me and my daughter @drtalieybita, as we share our opinions on several topics in our new podcast series #UncommonPerspectives. Catch the first episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and iHeartRadio on Monday 7th February 2022” he said
Patrick Bitature is the founder, Chairman and Group CEO of The Simba Group of Companies whose business operations are primarily based in East Africa. The Simba Group of Companies started in 1998 with the flagship telecom business but has since grown to a conglomerate of East Africa-based companies spanning telecoms, properties, power generation, agro-business, mining, tourism and media. By the end of 2011, the Group employed over 600 direct staff and - 1500 indirect staff.
Nataliey Bitature is currently the Chief of Staff at The Simba Group. In this capacity, Nataliey oversees operations, impact, and partnerships across these sectors within Uganda. Nataliey is the founder of Musana Carts, a social enterprise building solar-powered street food vending carts and HER an online mentorship platform with over 3000 young African women.
The recent podcast can be accessed on this link: https://t.co/NdscMG2lYW
Below are some of the topics discussed in the weekly dialogue on the online podcast:
- The Issues Surrounding Employment in Africa
Whereas those outside Africa are going through what the globe is calling "The Great Resignation" many in Uganda and in other parts of Africa are taking even more jobs just to make ends meet. That is why in this episode, we look at the issues surrounding Employment in the African context.
Growth That Causes A Transformation
In this episode, we talk about growth that can cause the transformation of a person, a country and a continent with a specific focus on Africa. What is it going to take? How do we cause transformation?.
- The Great African Future we can achieve
In this episode, we discuss Africa's future. Africa's past is full of dark and bleak stories of slavery, colonialism and many other things. Does this however mean that our future will remain just as bleak and dark? That may not be the case. Africa is a great continent with very many resources and more and more Africans are waking up to this fact and are doing something about it.
- Understanding the African Perspective on Mental Health
In this episode, we look at the varying perspectives that different African generations have on Mental Health. How did the older generation cope? How must this generation cope? What makes our viewpoints on Mental Health so different?
- The reality and the myths about having a “Work-Life balance”
Is it possible to pursue your goals with the tenacity required to achieve them effectively without losing yourself in the work? Can you do everything you want without compromising your relationships and friendships? This and more is what the father-daughter duo discuss in this episode. Have any questions or comments?
- Grit and Discipline; the most important factors for success
We start this podcast off by taking a hard look at the youth today and seeing how equipped they are to handle the world around them. Many focus on degrees and other external things and while these are not wrong, the secret to success is simple. Discipline! Have any questions or comments?