The Future of Work is now

Future proof yourself and those you care about by learning to perform meaningful work that matters

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of employers expect employees to pick up new skills on the job*
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of employers planning to rapidly digitalise*
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of employees expected to need reskilling by 2025*
Looking into the future
The world is facing unprecedented change. Research shows that people entering the workforce today are predicted to have an average of five career changes and 17 different job over their lifespan. We cannot be confident about what skills and knowledge will be demanded and we can no longer rely on what we learn in formal education to sustain us for life. In addition, machines are increasingly capable of performing work we humans used to do. This is changing the nature of work and we must differentiate ourselves from machines to ensure we are able to compete to retain our position in the workforce.
The positive news
While this may seem like cause for concern, the reality is that we now have greater opportunity than ever to leave repetitive, boring work to the machines so we can perform meaningful work that enables us to contribute to the world and benefit from the value we add to it.
The way we do this is to develop our ability to learn so we have the power to determine the paths we want to follow and the ability to enhance our skills and knowledge required to get there. By engaging in careers we love, we can draw on our intrinsic motivation so work becomes effortless and our lives become rewarding and fulfilling.
Aligning our approaches
Achieving this is easier when students, carers, educators and workplaces align their approaches to ensure our current and future workforce have a continuous learning path, from childhood and throughout their careers.

This will enable them to transition smoothly through formal education and into the different roles they choose.
By empowering individuals to find what they love doing and enabling them to perform it to their potential, those individuals, our society and our economy will all benefit because of the added discretionary effort these individuals will invest. This will optimise the limited resources we have available so we can all reap the rewards.

Customised solutions to meet varying needs

Students

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Carers

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Educators

Would you like to be supported to incorporate holistic techniques into your practice?

Workplaces

Would you like to optimise the return on your training and education investments?

Solutions for everybody

Small group conversations

Informal 2 hour conversation with a small group of people facing the same problem to discover what works and put plans in place to make it happen.

Tools and resources

Tools and resources that you can share with the student in your care to help them learn in subtle ways without interfering to avoid conflict.

Small group conversations

Informal 2 hour conversation with a small group of people facing the same problem to discover what works and put plans in place to make it happen.

One-on-one coaching

Regular one hour coaching to explore uncover your goals, develop plans to make them happen and provide support to make it happen.

Nuture whole beings
The underlying approach focusses on nurturing individuals as whole humans so they are able to feel better, learn better and perform better. By doing this, we will be better able to follow career paths we enjoy and experience the satisfaction that comes from making a difference for ourselves and those we care about.