Leadership Thinking for the Future

Think Beyond work with their clients as a bridge and connector. We do this by bridging the gap between your needs and connecting this with our expertise to help you understand the real world implications of the challenges ahead.

By exposing you to futures thinking, complex change and leadership — but in such a way that poses these big challenges in practical ways — we are able to position you to leave with new ideas and strategies that are able to be immediately implemented.

We tailor our experience to your needs and openly share our expertise so you are empowered to do what you need to do to succeed.

Our clients are more than just an invoice number — they are partners that we work alongside to Think Beyond today.

Want to learn more about how we can help you? Then check out Our Work or contact us.

Cheryl Doig of Think Beyond

Latest in Leadership

  • Weaving Learning Ecosystems for Universal Wellbeing

    February 17, 2020

    This article is a summary of reflections from Ross Hall following the WISE Summit in Doha in December. I have published this with permission and look forward to the many conversations that will be generated following the Roundglass Learning Summit this week.  Thanks Ross, Roundglass and the global weavers who are exploring holistic ways of learning and wellbeing.

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  • Future of Learning 2019 Reflections

    October 16, 2019

    The Future of Learning conference 2019 is now over but the real work is yet to begin. At the end of the conference I challenged people to #acceptthenudge and to take action. After attending a conference it is important to percolate ideas, to follow up with new relationships and to dig more deeply into  areas of particular interest. If we all make one small positive change we can gain collective momentum. So here are some of the links to my conference notes and presentations. I hope they jog you into action...

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  • The X-shaped Learner

    September 29, 2019

    There is an emerging conversation around the X-shaped learner, what it is and what the implications might be. I have been following this conversation for some time as I have previously referred to the T-shaped learner to illustrate the changing focus towards a broader range of transferable skills or skill clusters to be prepared for a changing world. In this blogpost I have attempted to summarise the changing nature of learning, talent and workers and to share some of the links that I have found particularly useful in exploring new horizons as an X-shaped learner.

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  • Success in School

    Good school? It’s complex...

    August 19, 2019

    I made the mistake of reading the 2019 Metro article on the ‘Best Schools in Auckland’ while in transit. You know, something to read on the flight home... By the time my flight landed, I was completely exhausted and perplexed. I was left wondering why these sorts of articles are still being written. Isn’t it time we were more challenging in our thinking? Hasn’t this type of article had its day?

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