"Middlesex University’s Distinguished Lecture Series stimulates, challenges and raises our gaze across many of the big picture issues facing our society. Looking at the past, present and future of key areas in business, public policy, technology and learning, these events not only deepen our knowledge and understanding, but they seek to inspire and engage us as free thinkers and contributors. It is the opportunity for iterative engagement, reflection and fun that makes these talks so powerful, pleasurable and beneficial for everyone who decides to attend."
DLS Convener Tim Evans, Professor of Business and Political Economy
Tuesday 23 May 2023, 18:00-19:30 via Zoom
‘Wellbeing and Cognitive Performance: Mental Health as a dimension of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion’
Tim Boughton, KCN GCM CStJ FInstLM
(zoom links will be provided upon registration)
Tuesday 2 May 2023, 18:00-19:30 via Zoom
‘Lessons from a life of Serial Entrepreneurship: What it takes to Succeed in Business’
(zoom links will be provided upon registration).
Middlesex University’s Distinguished Lecture Series is managed and chaired by Dr. Tim Evans, Professor of Business and Political Economy. Designed for students, members of staff and the wider community with world class speakers, these events focus on some of the most pressing issues in 21st century social policy and business.
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