Learnt BehavioursThe Future for Education
Education has always been a lottery, but now hyperconnectivity and access to information on an unprecedented scale is opening up the opportunity for truly personalised learning and training environments. With the acceleration of automation and powerful artificial intelligence it’s now critical that we teach our children not what to think, but how to think, de-emphasising static qualifications in favour of growing curious, creative problem solvers with an aptitude for collaborative working and high EQ. Doing so successfully will mean challenging assumptions and orthodoxies and entrenched beliefs, but failure to do so in the face of accelerating technologies could constitute not just social and political but existential risk.
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In addition to large-scale keynotes for audiences worldwide K D also regularly works with smaller senior groups and boards, and larger corporate groups planning and leading visioning workshops to wireframe new opportunities and create an appetite for the future. She also participates in customer councils, leadership retreats and innovation summits around future trends and digital transformation for brands & companies.