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Make the future happen

Rotana believes that by working cooperatively and synchronising with technology, we will enhance our ability to coordinate resources and better learn in-the-moment. This, in turn, will reset our expectations for understanding the work-life-balance and will require existing structures to adapt to the expanding capabilities of an enhanced serendipitous world.

Learning Concierge

Accelerate your professional development through the power of right-learning coaching

Together we’ll focus on:

Diagnosing your learning performance needs, setting achievable goals and defining & implementing action plans.

Assessing your learning preferences in terms of resources, people, experiences and tools aligning them to best suit the way you work.

‘Now-proofing’ yourself in the form of a digital portfolio the results and progression from deliberate and personal learning activities.



Individuals need smart learning strategies and modern tools that enable them to take control of their own professional development.

By providing personal and responsive advice, mapped to best-in-class practices, individuals can find new ways to overcome workplace performance issues. Discover smarter ways of learning, get ahead, win the race.

Typical engagement

Each private session lasts 60-90 minutes of live video chat.  Copy of the text chat + follow-up with a few resources and practices – within 48 hours.

Over the first private contact, we’ll explore the problems to be addressed, the habits needed for success and gather all information needed.

At the next private contact, we’ll review the analysis, curate the resources and discuss the choice of tools to document ongoing progress.

“You are not only a learning concierge but you are also an encourager, reminding people of the good things they have said or done.” – Anne Marie Rattray

“Rotana keeps learning, giving and receiving! He makes his curiosity his best friend to catalyze each detail and put himself into perspective. I encourage all his future collaborators, partners and learners to be inspired by Rotana insights! He likes experimenting to perform agilely and enduring! Hands in the soil and head turned to the sky, Rotana does not leave the flow, whose energy moves along as generously as virtuously! Like an explorer (tech), he selects, synthesizes and shares the best to share with you insatiably.” – Anne Kazuro

Rotana Ty is certified by the Institute For The Future as he participated in the courses Life After COVID-19: Get Ready for our Post-Pandemic Future’, ‘Ready, Set, Future! Introduction to Futures Thinking’.

He is also an active member of the Perpetual Beta Coffee Club, a global community of practice focused on distributed work and learning in a networked society. Rotana is a Personal Knowledge Mastery practitioner and fellow participant of the remote PKM workshop guided by Harold Jarche.

Content Excellence

Content curation and creation that improves individual and business performance

Together we’ll focus on:

How to uncover resources for on demand support focused on problem solving and knowledge acquisition.

How a series of simple tricks will help you improve your learning and working performance, and those who you work with.

Ways to make conversations more engaging, using synthesised content that helps position you at the forefront of your topic.



Discover ways to make conversations more engaging, using synthesised content that helps position you at the forefront of your topic.

Systematically learn how to apply best practices in the fields of content curation and analysis to build a personal knowledge repository that can be used to develop confidence and skills, opening new pathways for performance success.

Typical engagement:
3 days per month

First, we’ll identify the goal of the content, whether that be for instruction or performance support.

Next, we’ll review flexible output options that work ATAWAD: podcast, visual synthesis, blog post, presentation format, post on a social network, newsletter.

Finally, we’ll complete a deep dive into where and how to share content with a focus on the performance results achieved.

“If you are looking for an example of #LOL (Learning Out Loud) and what it’d look like, look no further than this stupendous read by @rotanarotana So much to learn in that piece alone! #WOL” — Luis Suarez 

Your visual thinking, That, more than anything, is what I think is special about you. You have talent there, I think.Anne Marie Rattray

“Save & savor: Curation on curation²: an evolution in sense-making cultivated by @rotanarotana” — Jennifer Sertl

Rotana is certified by Google Digital Active & IAB Europe on Digital Marketing Basic. He is also an active member of the Perpetual Beta Coffee Club, a global community of practice focused on distributed work and learning in a networked society. He is a Personal Knowledge Mastery practitioner and fellow participant in the remote PKM workshop.

Future Skills Workshop

Master the important skills needed to be effective in an ever-changing working landscape

Together we’ll focus on:

Skills and trends needed to better perform in the context of learning, work, technology, society, science and art.

Through a series of learning and reflective exercises, the workshop guides attendees through tiny experimentations with great impact.

Strategies with actionable tactics that will help embed future skills into everyday practice for a more enjoyable working experience.

Future Skills Workshop is hosted remotely over six weeks.



One of the critical strengths that any organisation is looking at is curiosity, the ability to keep learning and to stay afloat/relevant in our modern and uncertain world (World Economic Forum). To regain and tap into the love for curiosity and continuous learning, anyone can develop the mindset, skillset, behaviours, strategies and resources to nurture, use and evolve learnability.

Giving individuals a unique and personalised experience is at the heart of the Future Skills workshop approach. This is not simply another course or lecture, but more a way to help people learn how to develop themselves in effective ways within the context of their own experience enabling them to make changes instantly.

How the workshop runs

Six weeks. Guided learning by doing and engaging experience in a hosted private online community. No live activities. Asynchronous activities. Suitable for any timezone. One deep dive, task, nudge, a few resources and tips per day. Two to three hours of work per week involves.

Twenty-four days that span over a six-weeks remote workshop to dive deep into how to observe, spot, engage and share your learning potential and actions. We go deep to map, experiment and support continuous emergent self-learning and collective learning while working.

“Thank you very much for everything, for your patience and above all, thank you for sharing your knowledge and all your experiences with us.” — Camelia

“Thank you for your workshop, your energy and your precious advice Rotana” — Tristan

Rotana Ty is certified by the Institute For The Future as he participated in the courses ‘Life After COVID-19: Get Ready for our Post-Pandemic Future’, ‘Ready, Set, Future! Introduction to Futures Thinking’. He is also an active member of the Perpetual Beta Coffee Club, a global community of practice focused on distributed work and learning in a networked society. Rotana is a Personal Knowledge Mastery practitioner and fellow participant of the remote PKM workshop.

Community Management

Propel your internal community and scale engagement

Why supercharging your internal community, and scaling engagement?

Whether a learning community or a community of practice, each internal community exists before the intervention of a community manager or a community team.

Your internal community may need structure and energy to ignite its members’ activity, expertise, and knowledge.

Timing, consistency and creativity are essential to gain traction, scale engagement and allow your members to learn and innovate non-stop in the networked society.

Rachel Happe, the co-founder from The Community Roundtableunderlines that:

“Communities are, at their core, the way people have always come together to learn. They provide the space, relationships, collisions, and trust necessary to create shared meaning, to iterate on emergent ideas, and to norm new patterns and behaviours.” 

Internal community management matters more than ever in a world that is uncertain, complex and ever-changing. Communities, especially communities of practice and learning communities, give the safe, trusted space to experiment, make sense as we feel seen and heard.

We settle the foundations of your community values and purpose before going deep with your internal community’s strategy and launch. Exploring, scoping and validating your expectations are crucial to your community building and development’s relevance.

For each step of the project, we can set up a meeting remotely through Zoom. We use asynchronous communication through your community platform for Q&A, virtual assistance, co-creation sessions and reviews. Response to any request via mail or your community platform within 24 hours.

Over fourteen days, we define your internal community strategy through a roadmap, design a learning community program to onboard and support your members along with their journey, evaluate and pick the right platform to architect and test the desired environment. We work on content and event programming, bring community management and virtual peer assistance. We measure the behaviour change. Finally, we put on spotlights top members and their contributions within your internal community.

“Your unique magic is a combination of your strategic thinking and relationship building skills. You have a great way with people and with doing your part to bring people together. You are very strong on strategic thinking, but I also think that you socialise your ideas and reflections very powerfully.” –  Jillian Reilly, Antacara Frontiers founder

“Many thanks to Rotana for creating this Life Skills Program and Community to deal with uncertainty and bring up this rarely-discussed topic. You really care about youth development and help people to build muscles to cope with challenges and enjoy life.” – Han Nguyen, Youth-led Innovation Lab Coordinator at UNICEF

“Rotana has been very dedicated in its mission and has contributed significantly to support our community of facilitators.” – Diane, founder of an EdTech startup

Rotana Ty is certified by The Community Roundtable Academy for successfully completing the courses: ‘Community 101 | Community Frameworks and Models’, ‘Online Community Fundamentals’, Community Program Essentials. He is an active member of a few global communities of practice focused on distributed work, workplace learning, foresight, exploratory leadership and innovation.