Through our research based activities, children will cultivate these top 6 critical life skills, that make lasting success
Overcoming emotions such as anxiety, sadness and anger with positivity.
Learning to navigate, adjust and adapt their skills with unexpected situations in an ever-changing world.
Mastering diverse modes of Communication, Collaboration and Public Speaking.
Applying Curiosity, Creativity and Critical Thinking to develop fresh and original ideas.
Building a strong sense of Character, Identity, Empathy, Integrity, Grit, Work, Ethics and Contribution.
Overcoming obstacles, learning from mistakes and bouncing back with renewed strength.
Creativity is identified as the most important competency for the future. Creativity requires both the hemispheric functions of the brain (emotional and logical) to work together. Creativity is the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns and relationships with innovative and new concepts.
Critical Thinking is disciplined thinking. It isn't about knowing the 'right answers', but rather knowing how to ask the 'right questions' and smartly turning obstacles into opportunities. Critical thinkers make rational, ethical and responsible decisions by employing effective problem-solving strategies.
Communication requires logistics and the emotion of language. You can have all the raw intelligence in the world, but if you can't express your thoughts effectively and in different mediums, it won't matter. Communication is an important skill that enables individuals to empathize, create and share collective knowledge with others.
Whether it's in the family, the workplace or the global community, being able to learn from and inspire others while working in a team is the key in today's world. Collaboration is the ability to be connected and yet be unique in ones own best self. It is about possessing strong social awareness and value healthy relationships.
Contribution is the intentional and purposeful service to others or the planet without the expectation of anything in return. Contributing and connecting socially makes us experience well-being and joy. We must do more than just consume, we must contribute to the greater good.
The technologically advanced modern world requires knowing not just the right answers but how to ask the right questions. Future leaders must apply new and old knowledge uniquely and broadly, challenge conventional thinking, think critically, create and innovate new ideas.
Globalization and the collaborative modern-day workplace require future leaders to have exquisite skills in teamwork, cooperation, verbal and non-verbal communication. Everyone's ability to be able to express and adapt each other's perspectives collectively gives a shape to new pathways which further cater the whole mankind.
Stress, anxiety, mental health,lifestyle related illness such as obesity and diabetes are on the rise. In order to thrive in our up-to-the-minute world, balance is both the key ingredient and well as the complete blend that will help our future leaders attain the ultimate joy of life.
IQ (Intelligence Quotient) typically represents the 'cortical brain'or higher mental abilities and EQ (emotional quotient) typically represents the 'limbic brain' or emotional instincts. For success in the twenty-first century, one requires the integrated 'whole brain' skills of consciousness – CQ
We now know that every type of function including logic, reason, emotion, language, imagery and intuition is served by whole brain integration. When both the hemispheric processes are integrated in this way, we excel in CQ and can constantly adapt. Integrated Consciousness-Quotient is what we truly need in this rapidly changing world.