Our education blog focuses on maximizing talent and developing skills, by disrupting conventional corporate learning paradigms, in ways that teaching people to become continuous, adaptive and agile learners, in a VUCA world, within the future workplace.
To ensure that digital and other business transformation efforts more likely to succeed by developing the internal capability across five “best practice categories.” Linking the “basics”- leadership, capability building, empowerment tools and communication, yet reframing and renewing for digital world success:
- Having the right, digital-savvy leaders in place.
- Building capabilities for the workforce of the future.
- Empowering people to work in new ways.
- Giving day-to-day tools a digital upgrade.
- Communicating frequently via traditional and digital methods.
By introducing bespoke blended coaching and deep learning processes for managers and leaders in organisations to build organisational capability in:
- Readiness and receptivity to innovation-led changes and business transformation efforts.
- Interrupting and disrupting habitual ways of being, thinking, talking & doing.
- Safely disrupting, provocating and challenging the status quo.
- Experimenting with new ways of feeling, thinking, talking and doing that maximize their multiple intelligences.
- Energising, catalyzing, mobilizing and harnessing people’s collective genius by building 21st-century skillsets (attending and observing, listening, inquiring and differing, experimenting and risk-taking, teaming and collaborating, and networking)
- Empowering and enabling people to play, improvise and learn from mistakes and fail fast.
- Building a learning culture that attracts and engages current as well as next-generation talent.
- Embracing collaboration and applying ecosystem approaches, that potentially link universities (flexible academic learning), with tech companies (onsite practical application) and content-rich, online learning platforms.
- Coaching talent to apply these core skills “on the job”, continuously learning how to enact the human and commercial acumen that organizations need to succeed.
The future will involve constant change and unpredictable disruption, being able to sense and respond to shifts as they appear, to thrive and flourish is crucial.