Quijing Easterbrook-Wong | Borderless

News // 25.04.2016 // Curated by Ed.

Qiujing Easterbrook-Wong: Leader

“HOW we show up in life and to work, is going to be far more critical than WHAT (the qualification) we have achieved.  I think a person with creative literacy, the skills to navigate an increasingly complex society with compassion and savviness, and with a “borderless” attitude (empathetic, inclusive and genuinely curious about others), has a far better chance of success. The challenge for education is to provide the opportunities for learners to discover this for themselves!”

Quijing Easterbrook-Wong, Co-Founder and Chief Executive, Borderless


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