75m young people in the so called developed world are out of work yet many employers claim to have vacancies.
Self-employed education consultant, university visiting professor and future learning director.
Recent Posts by laurie
UK Charitable Giving 58% of adults with a median donation of £11 per month (NCVO/CAF 2011)Since joining The Memory Box Network earlier in the year I have been navigating my way through the ways of working of the charitable or third sector and finding it to be a fascinating journey. Although I have gained some private sector experience over the last four years my background is very much in the public sector. I am used to funding that tends to be a combination of.
I recently bought the OECD publication 'Education at a Glance 2013' to help with a research/market analysis consultancy commission. As a result I appear to be on another mailing list and received the OECD's glossy Observer magazine through the post last week. Overall it's a really good read but the article that I enjoyed the most was 'Lessons for Educators' by Andreas Schleicher (which turns out to be his contribution to Pearson's excellent 'The Five Things I've.
Scheme for people with dementia
Carrots and sticks are so last century. Drive says for 21st Century work we need to upgrade to autonomy, mastery and purpose.
The body of evidence to support this new way of looking at the world is growing and for Pink takes the form an ‘operating system’ for a better way of living and working. I am not all surprised by Pink’s argument. What really surprises me is that in 2013 his ideas, and the research that underpins them, have not already achieved the status of common practice and good sense.