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Chapter 14: Coaching and Mentoring and the Future
Coaching and Mentoring and the Future
- Why consider coaching and the future?
- Where have we come from?
- To what extent are we a shared field of endeavour?
- What else is happening that might impact on our field?
- Education as a self-organising system
- How might the future change?
- Power shift eastward
- Global connectivity
- Genetics, Robotics, Internet and Nanotechnology (GRIN) technologies
- The environment
- Asia 2050
- Predicting the future is …
- Agendas for the future
- So, what does the future look like and what is the role of coaching and mentoring in it?
Future, expertise, future threats, GRIN technologies, scenarios
After reading this chapter, you will be able to:
- Identify the difference between alternative views of the future
- Distinguish between the implications of those alternatives for our field
- Consider how we might adapt to future scenarios
- Reflect upon ...