ParadigmShift Mar 18, 2022
FrontRunner with Istvan Kárázs - Part 1
In this episode we are talking to Istvan Karasz, an economist focused on development economics, innovation ecosystems, and the European labour market's sustainable business management and growth. He is a founding member and the president of Pact for Youth, whilst an analyst for the Technopolis Group. Istvan has an MA in International Economy and Business, and a BA in Business Administration. He is a true believer in the European project, a catalyst for his work.
In the episode, he discusses the need for continued learning in all experiences, whilst focused exploration of life. He explains the above as his guide to developing his career.
FrontRunners with Anirudh Bodke
In this episode Anirudh Bodke, an engineer, discusses his passion for humanity as a driver for his initiatives. He is young and energetic, ready to make an impact in the world in both small and big ways.
FrontRunners with Amine Messaoudi part 2
This Episode we talk to Amine Messaoudi from Tunisia livining in Budapest Hungary. Amine is a frealance photographer and videographer who is the founder and CEO of MynWyn and audiovisual production company. In part one of this episode we Amine shares his journey on how he became a photographer in aforeign land. He begins to unpack some characteristics in himself that have guided his jouney thus far.
FrontRunners with Amine Messaoudi
In This Episode we talk to Amine Messaoudi from Tunisia livining in Budapest Hungary. Amine is a frealance photographer and videographer who is the founder and CEO of MynWyn and audiovisual production company. In part one of this episode we Amine shares his journey on how he became a photographer in aforeign land. He begins to unpack some characteristics in himself that have guided his jouney thus far.
FrontRunners - Faith Adama
In this episode we speak to Faith Adama about how her value system and character development, has placed her on the journey of shaping and building how she views and navigates her career aspirations so they can feed into her life aspirations.
FrontRunners - Lilla Bartuszek
In this season we are talking about FrontRunners, young people who are shifting the culture in their respective fields.
Our first guest is Lilla Bartuszek who shares her journey of self development and career building.
ParadigmShift - Season 1 Finale - Judit Beke & Craig V. Johnson
In this episode we delve into the creation of GiLE with its co-creators Craig V. Johnson and Judit Beke. They both have a passion for youth focused self-development whilst fulfilling their individual purpose with the organisation they are building.
ParadigmShift - Episode 6 - Vusi Gumede
In the 6th episode with Vusi Gumede, a professor at the University of South Africa, an author and a former adviser to the Thabo Mbeki presidency; we broadly explore how the South African educational landscape is evolving against the backdrop of COVID-19.
ParadigmShift - Episode 5 - Prerna Sujan & Anita Kulcu-Gusztafik
In this episode we talk about the importance of self-awareness and the human experience with renowned coaches Prerna Sujan and Anita Kulcu-Gusztafik.
ParadigmShift - Episode 4 - Emma Sue Prince
In Episode 4 we talk to Emma Sue Prince a trainer, author, employability consultant and founder of Unimenta. This episode digs a little deeper in the value of “soft skills” as the cornerstones to skills of the future. We briefly unpack the kinds of skills students should be honing for for their future work spaces.
ParadigmShift - Episode 3 - Sophia Mavridi
In this episode we are talking with Sophia Mavridi a digital specialist and author, about the educator's and their need for continued learning and adaptability in the changing education systems. We begin to unpack the importance of the educator's continued learning and how it impacts the student learning experience, specifically, the student's skills set gained as a result of it. We peek into the classroom, exploring the new approach to “21st century thinking” teaching.
ParadigmShift - Episode 2 - Lon Appleby
In episode two of this podcast series The Future of education we speak to Lon Appleby about the Human Experience informing education. Appleby shares his approach to educating, anchored in the the human experience. We talk about the importance of understanding learning, innovation and progress through this lens, thus bringing our own life experiences and realities into the classroom.
ParadigmShift - Episode 1 - Eddy van Hemelrijck
In this episode we talk to Mr Eddy Van Hemelrijck about the state of education during the COVID-19 pandemic, along with our thoughts on what it may look like post the pandemic.