President’s Leadership Lecture

President’s Leadership Lecture

04 March 2020

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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  • Dr Doyin Atewologun, the Director of the Gender, Leadership and Inclusion Centre at Cranfield School of Management will deliver the next in our ongoing series of President’s Leadership Lectures, which will take place in the College on Wednesday 4th March at 6.30pm. This lecture will be part of our celebration event for International Women’s Day, held in collaboration with the University of Glasgow.

    A Chartered Business Psychologist, Dr Atewologun is one of the foremost experts on leadership and intersectionality in organisations in the UK. With over 15 years’ experience, Doyin is a skilled facilitator, evidence-based consultant, award-winning researcher and qualified executive coach. Doyin has worked with the NHS, many of the FTSE 100, United Nations agencies, and professional services firms, and the UK Civil Service.

    Dr Atewologun is currently providing advice to the NHS on an inclusive talent management strategy for NHS directors. With Roger Kline, she is leading a project for the General Medical Council on the over-representation of minority ethnic doctors in Fitness to Practice cases.

    Prior to the lecture you are invited to join Fellows, Members and friends of the College for a drink reception and to talk with researchers over a showcase that explores women’s history and future: explore our heritage collections, learn about significant medical women in history, and discover how women are now shaping the future of medicine. The lecture will begin at 7.30pm, and end at 8.30pm.

  • 04 March

    Women in medicine, past, present and future

    04 March

    President's Lecture

    Dr Doyin Atewologun

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  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

Closing date: 04 March 2020


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