On Thursday, we invited some of the top innovators in workplace culture and learning at our London office in Waterloo for a Culture 10X Breakfast. During these breakfasts, we facilitate an inspiring space for individuals and organisations (across all sectors, including Government, Intelligence, Corporate and Consulting to Non-Profits, Start-ups and Education) to openly exchange knowledge,
NxJumpers + Family & Friends, We have been unable to find the time to write our bi-monthly newsletter. Our team has been traveling all over the country, visiting branch offices, command bases, all to help bring “Industrial Age” organizational designs to the “Information Age”. Too much to share all in this newsletter…but some highlights: )
At Next Jump, every new hire goes through PLB – or “Personal Leadership Bootcamp.” PLB is a safe environment for new employees to identify their “backhand” – the thing that holds us back from reaching our full potential – and develop practice grounds to tackle it. Yutong has shared her journey with us, discovering how
“Seeing their faces light up, seeing this robot that they had programmed obey their instructions, was magical. They were seeing the physical implications of their programming and a real world example of what they could achieve.”
One of my favourite things about Adopt-A-School is seeing the progress the children make, not only in terms of their technical level, but also with their confidence. Alongside the tech part of the club, we also run Toastmasters sessions to help the kids practice public speaking skills
This year, we introduced an exciting new program called the Teaching Innovation Challenge into our Adopt-A-School program. The intent of the program is to support teachers and help enable them to bring their teaching to the next level. Teachers and co-teaching pairs developed new curriculum, tried experiments, and generally had a go at raising their own standards and adding innovations to their schools.