Reciprocal Mentoring: getting comfortable with being uncomfortable talking about race
Posted by Dr Kavita Powley on With the launch of the AHUA's Reciprocal Mentoring Programme, Dr Kavita Powley, Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion discusses learnings from a similar scheme hosted by her institution, City, University of London.
The AHUA Reciprocal Mentoring Programme is open to AHUA members and senior professional service staff of colour to build mutual understanding between those currently in senior leadership roles and aspiring leaders.
Reflections on the value of HE in the wider community and economy
Posted by Robin Henderson on Following the AHUA’s Spring Conference, Robin Henderson, Managing Director of MY Consultants and AHUA Development Consultant, reflects on the wider purposes of institutions and how to reconnect value.
Developing conscious leadership
Posted by Robin Henderson on Working in a leadership role can sometimes feel like you have to cover as much ground as possible, but that isn’t necessarily the best approach. Robin Henderson, Managing Director of MY Consultants and AHUA Development Consultant, discusses how to develop a conscious approach to leadership.
Moving beyond perfect
Posted by Robin Henderson on Perfection is problematic. Robin Henderson, Managing Director of MY Consultants and AHUA Development Consultant, shares his views on the risks of seeking perfection. Moving forward, failing fast, and learning from our experiments is a more empowering use of our time.