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Professor Vicky Browning, School of Management, Faculty of Business and Law, QUT

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Professor Vicky Browning is qualified organisational psychologist and executive coach specialising in leadership and human resource development. She completed her PhD at the University of Cape Town and has held senior HR roles in industry and consulted in training and development. She is currently the Program Lead for the QUT Pathways to Politics for Women Program and is responsible for the women in business initiatives in the Faculty of Business and Law including the UN Women sponsorship. She has extensive teaching experience in leadership, organizational behaviour and human resource management and has published in the areas of leadership, pedagogy, evaluation and service excellence in national and international journals. Her current research focuses on exploring leadership through feminist and gender lens with embedded themes of transition and identity.

Leader: First disrupt thyself!

Katie Nohr recounts an inspirational journey of personal growth and challenge as she tackled her life long-dream of completing an MBA. In 2017 she was awarded the QUT Business School Women in Leadership Excellence Scholarship to fund part of her studies and she graduated with an Executive MBA…

PSMP Learning Journey

Everyone likes a good news story and Helen’s journey on the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) is inspiring and grounding at the same time. As a high performing academic student in her cohort, she not only achieved an outstanding GPA but also continues to work within her organisation…