What might cause the imbalance of women leaders’ representation in Higher Education sector in Vietnam? Detailed findings can be found in the sharing of a senior lecturer at The Business School, in the new research video series – THINK DIFFERENTLY.
Compared to some other countries in Southeast Asia, Vietnam has a high female participation rate in the labour workforce, with more than 70 percent of women working. However, the proportion of Vietnamese women in senior roles in Higher Education sector remains low.
In the second episode, the multi-award-winning educator and a researcher with Doctorate in Business Administration in Global Business and Leadership from the US, Dr Greeni Maheshwari explained the motivation and barriers for women leaders in this sector.
Find out more of Dr Maheshwari’s discovery in our second episode of THINK DIFFERENTLY: