In this episode, Daniëlle is asking questions to Beverley about her life, how she became a professor, the challenges she had and the opportunities she has been given inside and outside her family and which milestones lightened up the way for her
In this episode, Daniëlle is asking questions to Beverley about her life, how she became a professor, the challenges she had and the opportunities she has been given inside and outside her family and which milestones lightened up the way for her.
1:12 Why did you do the things you do? Why hospitality?
2:40 Who motivated you to stay in the field of hospitality?
6:02 What kept you on studying, making your PhD, becoming a professor?
8:52 About the things to give back, things to share about life with students that will become the workforce, about emotional intelligence, that there is more than just being able to smile
13:10 How much should come from home that can't be just lessons from universities or schools?
16:00 Learning from peers is even more important than learning from your professor
17:00 About learning to "read the room" and building your sixth sense
19:07 What professional mistakes have happened? And what directions could have been taken in terms of several professions?
20:00 About life long learning
22:40 Who inspired you? Who lightened your candle again and again?
23:26 The story of the guidance counsellor who lid Beverley's candle
27:00 What would the title of Beverley's book of life be? Although she needs several books, the title could be "Just do it" or "Keep learning", "make mistakes, but make them early"
29:00 About the "fuck-it" list, what should be unlearned?
32:00 About the lack of role models for this first generation of women that could make a career and also kept the old model of taking care of their family
35:02 What legacy would Beverley like to leave behind and about the next generation that has to be able to change the world?
37:00 About the future way of working, the young generation and hope
38:16 The story of a group of youngsters from all cultural backgrounds on their way to Berlin and talking about how they want to be in the future
42:09 closing remarks