Do you, your child or your staff need to improve your creative and critical thinking skills?

40% of today’s jobs won’t exist in the next decade; educators are being challenged to produce more innovative thinkers; government is looking for new industries; and business is looking for the next generation of game changers. Where do we start to address this?

StartUp Realm focuses on skills that sit across content areas including creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration – skills crucial for developing innovators, thought leaders and entrepreneurs throughout the economy. However these skills are multifaceted and therefore difficult to teach and measure. StartUp Realm is agnostic of subject matter as it focuses on the 21st Century learning skills that can be used in a school, tertiary and corporate environment. StartUp Realm provides:

  • An Online Learning Platform for anyone interested in improving their thinking skills.
  • Tools aimed at encouraging curiosity, engaging individuals in the discovery, creation and development of ideas.
  • Resources that connect educators, business, parents and students by providing content, resources and ideas for activities.
A Benchmarking Tool

Spend 10 minutes answering our self-assessment benchmarking tool designed around the General capabilities Section of the Australian Curriculum and the 21st Century skills advocated by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Fits in with your schedule

The material is designed to fit into your schedule whether in the classroom, around the dinner table or during team meetings.

Tailored Content

Content has been developed to meet the needs of parents, teachers, students and employers. Each lesson provides material to read or watch and suggestions for putting the learning into practice.

Measure Improvement

Our downloadable benchmark report allows you to easily measure your improvement over time.

Articles to Inspire

Our regular articles share tips, inspiration and stories to inspire and motivate.

Who we are ?

We are capability builders; providers of support and assistance; and skilled providers of a range of management services. Lighthouse Business Innovation Centre (Lighthouse) is a lean and agile innovation consultancy founded in 2008. At Lighthouse we work with people who have ideas. These people come from all walks of life - entrepreneurs, inventors, researchers and scientists and leaders steering their organisations through periods of major change. But they all have the same vision: to turn their ideas into reality, build capability and expertise and grow sustainable businesses. Our team have all experienced the highs and lows of running businesses, securing investment and other forms of funding and we bring this 'warts and all' to the table.
  • Assisted over 6,000 clients
  • Hosted more than 170 events
  • Helped businesses raise more than $6 million
  • Formed strategic alliances to assist clients
  • Collaborate locally, regionally and nationally

What we do ..!

At Lighthouse we don't believe in 'one size fits all', we tailor our approach to meet your specific needs and current stage of business development. We deliver our services in a way that suits you whether that be face-to-face or virtually and we achieve this through a range of free and fee-for-services and delivery mechanisms.

“Business wonders why education isn’t producing the thoughtful, creative, self-confident people they urgently need... We now have a school curriculum that teaches ten subjects but only limited ways of thinking.” Sir Ken Robinson, Out of our minds (Capstone: 2001)

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Assess

Benchmark
Complete this simple benchmarking tool to identify areas of strengths and those needing attention.
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Subscribe

Resources
To receive 12 months of resources, tools and lessons to improve your critical thinking and creativity skills.
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Improve

Enjoy!
Improve your 4 C’s – Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Communication.
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Practice

Give it a go!
Put your new skills into practice at one of our regular Start-Up Camp competitions and in-house programs.

Future of Work: Advice to the Modern Employee

I have the privilege of living and working in Wellington. I also work in Sydney. In fact, my work can take me anywhere as long as I have a decent internet connection. My work style is a reflection of the modern workforce - highly mobile, with various interests and opportunities for work - but we have to be connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However it is not an understatement to say that the forces currently influencing today's workforce will change what it means to work and live.
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Which is riskier: Job or Entrepreneurship?

In June my business will be sponsoring the prize for the winning team at Teen Start-Up: Future Cities, an innovation camp for teens and tweens between the ages of 10 and 18 years. I firmly believe that every child needs the financial literacy and business skills that programs like Teen Start-Up teach. In the past, employment might have been considered secure and entrepreneurship risky, but the new reality is that there will be no such thing as a job for life.
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Is the future of work self-employment and entrepreneurship?

The future is already unfolding around us. We are seeing drivers of change everywhere - in technology as more people get connected; in globalisation with the emerging economies of India and China; in changing demographics as people live longer; in increasing energy prices and even at a social level as more women enter the workforce and more men look for balance in their lives.
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