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Bdaily Webinar - Leadership



It's time for a new discussion on: "Leadership and Development".

Why aren't there more women leaders? What makes a responsible leader? Are leaders born or made? These are just some of the questions we will be asking in our latest live webinar in association with Bdaily on Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 10.30am.

Facilitated by Jamie Hardesty, Bdaily Editor, a panel of speakers will give their views and professional expertise to a live audience along with a Q&A.

The panel will include:

  • Professor Jamie L Callahan from Northumbria University - A veteran of the US Air Force, she came to Human Resource Development through her role as a personnel officer and member of the Pentagon Air Staff Total Quality consultancy team. Jamie is also the former Editor of Human Resource Development Review, and has more than 150 published works and numerous research awards to her name.
  • Dr Jenny Davidson, Director of Learning and Teaching in the Corporate and Executive Dept - Jenny has 20 years of experience working and carrying out research in the field of sustainability having held a number of senior sustainability roles in both the public and private sectors, latterly at Heathrow Airport for BAA and Oxford City Council.
  • John Beattie, Business Development Manager in the Creative Learning and Engagement team at Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books - John has over 10 years experience in the education and culture fields, currently working to balance meaningful audience engagement opportunities and social impact with organisational sustainability and resilience.

Make sure you join our live webinar on the 26th July from 10.30am - 12pm by watching live on this link.

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