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  • The damaging effect of locking down whole countries on both the global economy and that of individual countries can only be guessed at. Also of major concern is the significant disruption to students from Reception (age 4) to university of the loss of a whole academic term’s work and the prospect that there is more disruption to come. These students are the generation who will most likely need to cope with the economic challenges mentioned above.
  • In today’s technology driven world, automation will have a far-reaching impact on the workforce. The benefits of artificial intelligence and automation to users and businesses, and the economic growth they potentially bring through productivity contributions is compelling. However, this may require that millions of people switch occupations or upgrade skills. While embracing these technologies, companies should also address workforce transitions and associated challenges.
  • As a way in supporting others learn, perform and succeed, coaching is now mainstream. In fact, coaching is the second-fastest growing industry in the world for its benefits are becoming clearer and are getting more tangible day after day. Whatever you want to get better at, there will be a coach willing to help us be it a sports coach, financial coach, life coach, voice coach and the list goes on.
  • A successful, high performing organization runs like a smooth well-oiled machine. Every part of the machine has a role to play to ensure the machine functions properly. In technical terms, a cog is defined as “any of the teeth on a wheel or gear that fits into an opposite notch to cause motion of the wheel”.
  • The Socratic Method is still used to this day in multiple arenas including education and therapy. Meanwhile offering a non-directive ‘listening ear’ and drawing out a relative stranger with open questions has always been an established part of the human experience: just consider a hairdresser. We quickly realise they use gentle questioning to build rapport and help you work out what you want: ‘How do you want it to look?’ ‘What's the plan?’ ‘How does it feel?’ ‘What are you doing this summer?’
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