The Problem – The world is changing faster than ever and you’re getting left behind
The World Economic Forum that meets in Davos, tells us every year in its reports and research that the skill gap in the modern workplace is growing all the time and that $34billion  is needed just in the USA to upskill and reskill entire generations.
Automation, Digital Communication & Administration, ‘Robotisation’ and AI are coming fast – are we simply going to subdue ourselves to the inevitable of mass unemployment, business closures and increasing irrelevance or are we going to reposition ourselves for the incredible opportunities of this new time.
The Solution – Upskilling and Reskilling
ClickMovements will train and equip your workforce with the skill-set they need to engage effectively in this new world. We especially focus on 4 of the areas highlighted by the World Economic Forum Reports on the Future of Work 2018 & 2019
Workers and Leaders of the future will need…
- New ways to lead and connect with the social skills to develop the high quality relationships required for commerce today.
- Refreshed digital skills around automation, AI, communication, administration, finance, content, learning, marketing, sales & service
- Problem-solving reflexes – the ability to navigate in the midst of knowledge overwhelm with a new wisdom, creativity and ideation.
- Innovative ways to do work and organise productivity
ClickMovements has therefore based all our training courses and experiences on these 4 emerging upskilling areas
Why are we one of the most innovative training agencies in the UK ?
- we don’t do powerpoint
- we don’t do boring
- we don’t do alone
- we don’t do training without some alongside coaching intervention
We mix cutting edge content with all the best of the latest and most innovative teaching and learning styles. The vast majority of our students grade our courses and learning experiences as excellent.
Digital Growth & Skills | Well-Being & Habits | Inbound & HubSpot | Leadership Remixed | Business as a Movement
Steve has trained, coached, lectured and consulted in some of the most successful organisations in the UK including top retail brands, international charities, local government, large faith-based denominations, innovative social enterprises and several leading universities.
Among other things, hanging out with the Street Homeless in his city and his ongoing doctoral research help him explore some of the key ‘learning and development’ questions of our changing times. Steve has helped CEOs, bishops, MPs, professors, directors, entrepreneurs and trustees effectively navigate the trends and currents of emerging British culture to see their lives and organisations flourish.