Leading and Developing people

Booking Closed

Primary Sponsor


17 March 2021

Book Before

18 March 2021

online 13:00 - 15:30

MS Teams

About the Event

An organisations core is its people. How people are treated, led and developed is important, not just to them but to your organisation too. This is especially true when people are trying to adapt to new ways of working. Whilst education establishments' core mission is to do this for their customer this ucisa-London topic explores ways that we can help lead our teams, develop our staff and how we can support them. If we do this well we can retain their enthusiasm and their loyalty. This does not have to be via expensive training or investments and will make for a better working environment.

The event will earn 2 CDP accreditations.


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Joanna Pentecost

Head of Digital Skills Development

King’s College London

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Jon Faulkner

Managing Director


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Kirstie Adam

Operations Manager


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Seema Kisnay

Head of Business Systems

Goldsmiths, University of London

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Agi Jankowska

IT Student’s Experience Relationship Manager

Queen Mary University of London

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Megan Vagg

Health and Safety Advisor and MHFA

Queen Mary University of London

Event Schedule





Growing a Digitally Skilled Workforce to engage with our Digital Workplace

Joanna Pentecost, Head of Digital Skills Development, King’s College London

How might we be leading and developing people 5, 10, 20 years from now?

Jon Faulkner, Managing Director; and Kirstie Adam, Operations Manager, Domain7

Having open and honest conversations about mental health

Megan Vagg, Health and Safety Advisor and MHFA, Queen Mary University of London

Open networking session