Brave Chat: The Role of Vulnerability in Contemporary Leadership

Wed, 27 April, 2022 12:00 – 13:00 BST


Brave Chat: The Role of Vulnerability in Contemporary Leadership

Research shows that employees are more likely to trust leaders they can relate to than those they cannot.

During this free, one-hour session, we will be joined by Qasim Majid, CEO of Wow Group Companies as well as founding member and Executive Director of Birmingham Tech, former Vice Chairman of Ronald McDonald House Charity Birmingham, former board member of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and current Honary Chair of the Asian Business Chamber of Commerce (to name just a few!).

Dumi and Qasim, will be sharing their knowledge and experience on what ‘being vulnerable’ as a leader involves and what benefits it unlocks in the workplace.


We explore:

  • What is the meaning of “being vulnerable” in the workplace from the perspective of a leader?
  • What are the merits and or demerits of being vulnerable as a leader if any?
  • How can leaders be upskilled to embody the values of equity and inclusivity we have discussed?

If you cannot attend, still sign up and we shall send you a recording following the session!


About Brave Chats

Each session, we will be discussing real and meaningful topics with tangible actions as well as providing a safe space for any questions. We invite you to share your questions before and during the chat!


Guest speaker

Qasim Majid

Qasim has been building and growing businesses for 20 years and has been recognized for his entrepreneurial and leadership skills by being on the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce board and being appointed as President for the Asian Business Chamber of Commerce.

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Brave Chat: The Role of Vulnerability in Contemporary Leadership

Wed, 27 April, 2022 12:00 – 13:00 BST

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