Haiku Deck presentation given by Helen Baxter at the Female Founders Forum in Wellington on the changes in the workplace, tools and tips for adapting to flexible work patterns, places and projects.
Dance at Work – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
‘Learning may be the source of the feeling we call fun’. Noah Falstein
Learning helps keeps your brain young, and it is never too late to learn a new skill. Smart people embrace lifelong learning and just-in-time knowledge.
Sites like the Khan Academy are revolutionising how education is delivered through online videos, and universities worldwide are launching Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs.
Study course materials from the most prestigious universities in the world such as MIT, Stanford and Harvard through edX, Open Courseware, Coursera and Udacity.
Get TEDucated by watching presentations from TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) events. Visit 99 University for inspiring videos on creative and business topics, and watch They Don’t Teach You This in School for short clips from successful people.
Excerpt from Chapter 7: Research, Learn, Grow
Image: Grow CC_BY Caleb Roenigk