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Post Pandemic Leadership

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According to the free market fundamentalist Milton freedman, ‘Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around.’ The financial crash of 2018 illustrates perfectly what happens when what had been politically impossible becomes the political common sense. COVID-19 presents a similar moment of change and it is the ideas that are laying around that will come to define the PostPandemic world. This seminar will encourage different reflections of the issue of PostPandemic Leadership– with a view to analysing what is and imagining what it ought to be.

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Azumah Dennis, Dr

Lecturer at The Open University

Carol Azumah Dennis has worked in higher education since 2010, first at the University of Hull where she was employed initially as a lecturer in education and programme director for post-16 teacher education, and later as programme director for...

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Lindsay Johnstone, Miss

Assistant Headteacher at Manchester Metropolitan University

Lindsay Johnstone has worked in secondary schools for 19 years, 10 years as a middle leader and seven years as a senior leader. She is now working in a higher education institution supporting degree apprentices in achieving their leadership and...

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Jacqueline Baxter, Professor

Professor in Public Policy and Management at The Open University

Jacqueline Baxter is Professor of public policy and management and Director- The Centre of Innovation in Online Business and Legal Education (SCILAB). She is principal fellow of the Higher Education Academy, fellow of the Academy of Social...

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Deborah Outhwaite, Dr

Director at University of Liverpool

Deb Outhwaite has worked in education for more than 25 years. She has taught and examined at A-level, held leadership roles, spent a decade in higher education teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates, and is currently the programme leader...

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Kevin Richardson, Dr

Assistant Professor at University of Nottingham

Dr Kevin Richardson is assistant professor of educational leadership and management in the Centre for Research in Educational Leadership & Management (CRELM) at the University of Nottingham. He teaches on both the full-time and distance learning...

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Post Pandemic Leadership

According to the free market fundamentalist Milton freedman, ‘Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the...

Video27 Apr 2021