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Our 69th interview is with Melody Hossaini, founder and CEO of a social enterprise, InspirEngage International. A self-described “human investor”…
Melody’s work involves investing in people’s mindsets and skills. In this women-in-education podcast, listen to Melody and Teacher Toolkit founder, Ross McGill discuss:
- The differences in education approaches between Sweden and England
- The most important lessons she gained at school
- Why British pupils don’t grab every opportunity presented to them
- How Melody ended up being part of BBC’s, The Apprentice
- We ask her to explain why investing in human beings is important and how this is achieved
- We learn more about Melody’s social enterprise, InspirEngage and its moral compass
- What projects InspirEngage are working on
- Melody also shares her views on society and its attitude to women with business ambition
- What change would Melody like to see in education at a national level
- Ways to support children’s mental health
- We also discuss Melody’s TEDx talk in Kuala Lumpur and what her top tips are when planning
- To finish off, we hear the books Melody is currently reading and what she hopes to be her legacy.
Listen to the podcast (28 minutes)
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You can find out more about Melody on her website, www.melodyhossaini.com and connect with her on her social media channels.