The world of education and credentials is changing. Employers are no longer just looking for a certain degree from a certain school. They’re looking to see that you have the right skills and that you are a T-shaped leader. What is that, exactly? On this episode of the EDUP Canada podcast Krista Pawley of Wavemakers explores just that.
This episode is for you, if:
- You’re a student who feels frustrated with the over-credentialing
- You want to learn more about what it takes to be a T-shaped leader
- You care about being a dynamic and adaptable learner
Krista is a Wavemaker, tri-sector leader, and connector (Government, Corporate, and Non-Profit), focused on digital transformation, innovation, inclusion, learning and impact, systems change, the rapid expansion of technology, digital ID for everyone, governance models in the digital age, and building an inclusive digital economy. Krista Pawley convenes the conversations that matter for communities across Canada and worldwide. Krista has worked with global organizations, including the Government of Canada, Scotiabank, The MasterCard Foundation, and Aimia. Krista currently works with governments, industry leaders, and students to understand, prepare, and shape a more sustainable and inclusive future – enabled by technology.
Learn more about Wavemakers.
Read the full transcript here.