The BU award-winning Global Talent Programme (GTP) aims to inspire you to enrich society and work on issues of global importance, while growing your professional and personal skills.
Why Global Mindset is key in the context of globalisation and technological disruption?
Apply your knowledge about cultures to challenging workplace situations in a way that is productive and without losing sight of who you are.
Find out more about the practical dimensions of Global Mindset and how it can be critical in the era of AI and Automation? Plus – get an opportunity to meet our fantastic speakers: it will be an innovative collaboration between academia and business.
This interactive workshop will build on the overall awareness on Global Mindset and Citizenship and bring a practical spin and highlight how Global Mindset benefits employability.
Dr Milena Bobeva
Principal Academic and Associate Dean (Global Engagement), Faculty of Management, Bournemouth University
Milena is an empirical researcher with multidisciplinary expertise and key focus on system analysis and design, business process improvement, blended and e-learning, and performance management. For over 15 years Milena has actively adopted real-life project-based learning methods in her academic practice and is an advocate for education innovation through student collaboration and utilising technology in learning.
With news of plastic pollution hitting the headlines, we will catch up virtually with BU public relations graduate Vera Markova to find out how she is using her skills to support the zero waste movement and help preserve the environment with her online shop Revolucia.
While open to other BU students, this workshop is designed and delivered specifically for the students participating in the Global Talent Programme. Attendance and reflection from the session allow students to gain core credit towards their Global Citizen badge.
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