Learning, leadership, and impact in the Digital Age: In dialogue with Karen Watkins

Listen in on the Foundation’s first invitation-only Clubhouse chat.

Karen Watkins and I chatted about the Foundation’s unique approach to this triptych of learning, leadership, and impact in the Digital Age.

We shared some of the insights we gained about resilience during the first year of COVID-19, learning from the Foundation’s immunization programme that connected thousands of health professionals during the early days of the pandemic.

It was informal in ways intended to provoke incidental learning. No stilted panel, rigid agenda, or dull slides.

And, most important, we opened up the dialogue to include real-world challenges, successes, and lessons learned that were shared before the chat by invitees. Those we discussed include:

Children adapting to digital learning in Lebanon during the COVID-19 period with involvement of girls actually increasing because of the use of digital technology.How to deal with resistance against peer-supported learning in pyramid organizational hierarchy.Bringing a single digital infrastructure for data collection across a global network.

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