Values and Morality
There is an argument in various quarters that UK society is broken in terms of values and morality. Some of these views are relayed via a variety of platforms and can sometimes make for sad reading and viewing.
The onset of social media has now meant a new platform has emerged which can influence society. Whether across any of the well-known social media platforms, people can now receive instantaneous information and/or views which can shape positively or negatively ideas and thoughts.
We are firmly of the view that in these Unforeseen political times, young people possess the power to send out the right messages. Not just in terms of social media, but in the way they carry themselves and the image they portray.
Our vision is to uplift the identified talent within their field/discipline to fulfil their talent, represent their organisation and positively shape society.
We particularly want to work with organisations that have youth programmes and academies for those young people specifically selected as having talent, in order to fulfil an aspect of the organisation’s CSR policy. The already identified young leader, is one face of those organisations who can influence society in the future by successfully maturing both inside and outside of the workplace.