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Andrew Stewart OBE considers our own resilience so we are better prepared for challenges that lie ahead

  • 28 April 2021
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The University of Portsmouth's Interdisciplinary Webinar Series, chaired by Leïla Choukroune, Professor of International Law and Director of the University of Portsmouth Thematic Area in Democratic Citizenship continues with a presentation by Andrew Stewart OBE FHEA FCIPD of the School of Education & Sociology at the University of Portsmouth.

As the UK emerges from lockdown and look forward to a brighter future it is an appropriate moment to consider our own resilience so we are better prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.

Andrew will be reflecting on his own leadership experience based on 33 years as an officer of the Royal Navy as well as drawing on his 8 years academic teaching on leadership experience within the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of Portsmouth.

As a 4th year doctoral student, Andrew will be discussing his own research where his thesis title is "A phenomenographic approach into differing conceptions of leadership education and development within Higher Education".

His long experience and expertise has provided the basis for him to make recommendations on how, through improved resilience, we can be prepared for an uncertain future.

Research Futures: Resilience Through Leadership