2nd June 2020

Leadership in Lockdown is a series of short interviews we've carried out with leaders from the worlds of Higher Education and Early Talent.

We’ve created the Leadership in Lockdown interviews to take a look at how different people are approaching leadership under this period of lockdown and beyond.

For the latest in our Leadership in Lockdown series we spoke to Dr Nalayini Thambar, who is the Director of the Careers and Employability Service at the University of Nottingham.

Over a wide-ranging discussion Nalayini shares a range of insights into the future shape of higher education, careers and graduate recruitment. In particular, considering how we can leverage unexpected benefits that emerge from this time, and the significance of culture when leading in a difficult period of time, with teams based remotely.

Did you enjoy the interview? Why not check out the rest of the series: