Service Workshop Online
As part of the Staff Engagement exercise to understand opportunities to improve services and for deeper collaborative working of professional and academic support services across the University Group, we will be running a series of ‘Service Workshops’. These will be led by MetaValue Director – Meeta Thareja (profile below).
The aim of these sessions is to gain support and professional services staff’s perspectives and hear your views about the services, the opportunities for improvement, and what benefits of collaborative working at a Group level should be explored. The sessions are meant to be interactive and we encourage everyone to share their ideas and views freely. Your views will inform and shape the future of the way we deliver our services to support the learner / student/ client journey.
This is an online event and will be held by Zoom.
About Meeta Thareja
Meeta is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of international experience in Business Strategy Consulting, Operations and Communications. She co-founded MetaValue in 2012 with the vision to be an antidote to austerity by helping more businesses grow and thrive. She has led projects in diverse sectors such as technology, education, social innovation, arts & culture, healthcare, public and business services among others.
Meeta’s area of expertise is service development and customer experience. She brings a wealth of experience of working with public, private and third sector organisations to build strategies for growth that provide a logical link to customer needs. Meeta brings a strong track record of leading engagement with staff, customers, stakeholders and Boards to bring greater participation for new approaches to growth. She is a certified Facilitator of Human-Centred Design methodology and is certified in Agile Project Management.
Meeta is Chairperson of the Advisory Board of award-winning social enterprise Auticon that creates employment opportunities for autistic people in the technology sector, placing them on projects with large Fortune 500 companies. She has supported the company since it was a pre-start-up in the UK. Meeta is also on the Board of Money A+E, a non-profit working to support disadvantaged minority communities with money advice and education. Previously she was a Member of the Independent Advisory Panel for the British Army’s Defence College of Logistics, Policing & Administration.
Meeta was one of six women in the UK named Asian Women of Achievement (Entrepreneur) in 2014. She is part of Women of the Future Network - a national forum for high potential women in business. A believer in the unlimited potential for good in every human, for over 20 years, Meeta has been an active local community volunteer with SGI – an international organisation committed to peace through dialogue, education and culture. She also devotes her time as an Expert Advisor for EmpathyLab - the UK’s first ever organisation making the empathy movement mainstream.
- Wednesday, January 19, 2022
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
- Time Zone:
- UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.