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The Story of Us: Meet Laura from Bon Education

Laura Toma is an education consultant at Bon Education. She joined the team in June of 2016. Laura currently resides in Dubai, but she is originally from Romania. What is your role at Bon Education? My title is Education Consultant, which translates to jack-of-all-trades because I contribute to education program management, content development, coaching, data [...]

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The Story of Us: Meet Anna from Bon Education

Anna Batchelder is the co-founder and CEO of Bon Education. She started the learning and development company in 2009 in Dubai after living, working and traveling throughout North America, Asia and the Middle East. Anna is a regular contributor to The Learning Journey blog. What is your role at Bon Education? I am CEO (Chief [...]

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Becoming a Tiger at Any Age: Two Minutes with Coach and Trainer Cindy van de Kreke-Freens of Authenticity

When you hear the word “coach,” sports probably come to mind. Coaches guide teams through practice sessions, perfecting techniques so that players are ready for competition. However, there’s another kind of coach out there. Personal and professional coaches work with clients to help them through life decisions and challenges. They don’t necessarily give answers, but [...]

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Coding for Kids: Join the Programming Fun this Summer with The Coding Circle

Is your child interested in how computers work? Is s/he curious about what it takes to create computer games? Then consider The Coding Circle’s summer coding courses in Dubai for kids ages 8-16! It’s a great way to spend part of the summer – both educational and fun. The Coding Circle offers programming courses for [...]

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What Do You Want to Do (with Your Life)? An Exciting Journey Begins…

Perhaps one of the most daunting questions one faces in high school, university, post university, 30s, 40s…retirement is, “What do you want to do (with your life)?” Or, sometimes more inspirationally stated, “What will be your life’s work?” Short in length, but powerful in their punch, these two questions force us to stop, to ponder, [...]

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