Yesterday I took part in a panel discussion on the invite of The Millennium Universal College. Billed as an initiative of the Career Development Center at TMUC that seeks to:
“initiate a series of discussions with experts from varied fields to speak on topics involving educational policy, advocacy, and community development. As a transnational education provider, TMUC is seeking to bring in international and national experts to share their experience, latest research, and acumen that will steer a positive, growth-oriented learning approach. The session will be attended by important stakeholders including students, faculty, employers, public and private sector representatives, decision-makers, and also other higher education providers.”
“Diversity in leadership. Why it matters, what can be done, and how can we embrace it?”
Along with my peers on the panel – Leonor Silva de Mattos (Hertfordshire Business School), Noorulain Zafer (TMUC), Kholah Yaruq Malik (TMUC), and Sukhninder Panesah (Wolverhampton Law School), the event opened with introductions, event etiquette, and the opening question to the panel of “what has the pandemic changed about leadership in modern universities?’
You can watch the recorded event here: The Millennium Universal College on LinkedIn.