The future of technology, work, and environmental sustainability is rapidly evolving. Coaching can support the education system, empowering students to help create that future.
Coaches can help students who want to support environmental stewardship or practice ethical business to align goals with sustainable decision-making.
When teachers act as learning facilitators, students develop the vital skills to lead, experiment, and persevere in the classroom and life.
Societies must reimagine who is responsible for ensuring quality education and what role each person plays in this task. Evaluating and rebuilding education requires community engagement and collaboration at every level.
Technology is so pervasive that children are expected to have digital literacy skills when they enter the workforce. These expectations fail to recognize that not all students have equal access to the hardware, internet connection, or expensive software programs needed to develop these skills.
Skilled teachers use classrooms to inspire collaboration, foster community, and instill a sense of belonging. Classroom social and emotional benefits are not fully realized in a digital learning environment.
In the future of work, students will need to identify interdependencies and connections between world systems. Schools can prepare the next generation with environmental, social, and governance skills to guide ethical and sustainable action in their lives.
oft skills in the workplace, such as critical thinking, leadership, and adaptability, are in increasing demand. Integrating meta-skills in formal education will prepare the next generation to thrive in times of uncertainty.
The process of conducting coaching research has historically relied on asking coaches and their clients questions that reveal aspects of their experience. Instead, Dr. Angela Passarelli explores what happens in the brain on an unconscious level.
By pooling resources to examine coaching through the lens of other disciplines, transdisciplinary collaboration provides a unique opportunity to better understand coaching and human development. These insights can help bridge the gap between coaching practice and coaching research.