Meet the team: Philip Saxon
An experienced university teacher, Philip Saxon works as a course coordinator, English as a Foreign Language teacher, dissertation supervisor and proofreader at Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. He also teaches Business English to students at Budapest Business School and pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes to UK summer school students.
A member of IATEFL-Hungary, he maintains a keen interest in continuous professional development and teaching with technology. He is also a strong believer in both experiential learning and reflective practice. Now working as a volunteer for GILE, he hopes to help spread the message that soft skills training is of the essence in an increasingly automated world.
Lateral thinking is something organisations and innovative individuals all aspire towards. Can “Six Thinking Hats” help them achieve it?
When individual or team insights and learning impact on
organisational processes and structures, a transformation occurs.
“We are…the learning species” (David Kolb)