It is no secret that copious amounts of data are captured daily, in both known and unknown contexts. The act of publishing this post provides me with access to information about the people, places, industries and interest areas of those reading it. These data-driven insights form valuable tools for writers and content producers to target outputs ...

'Mentoring' is a common term when speaking about leadership development. The idea of 'reverse mentoring' on the other hand is only recently gaining traction. As John Maguire  (2015) uncovers in his article, Is 'reverse mentoring' the next big thing in HR?, such trends are linked to the rapid evolution of digital technologies alongside a desire ...

Creativity, an entrepreneurial spirit and optimism might well be the key to unlocking the secrets to effective leadership. Spillane and Orlina (2005) state that 'leadership is not the actions of the leaders per se but the interactions between leaders and other agents'. The digital age is by nature collaborative, a word often linked to creative ...

With over 60 hours of video being uploaded to YouTube every minute (Bullas, 2015) it is becoming more and more important for educators to find ways of filtering the content their students engage with. It is one thing to show a video to a class, but it is another thing entirely if that video is artful and inspiring. Such videos operate on a ...