Professor Stefan Krummaker
Queen Mary University of London
Professor of Leadership Practice; Deputy Vice-Principal (Education)
Deputy Vice-Principal Education (QMUL)
Member of the Department of People and Organisations


Stefan is an enthusiastic leadership scholar with a doctorate degree in Organisational Behaviour and extensive knowledge in teaching and working with companies on Leadership, Followership, High Performance Teams, and Organisational Energy. Moreover, he has many years of Higher Education Senior Leadership experience under his belt and held various leadership roles outside Higher Education. In his current role as Deputy Vice-Principal (Education) Stefan’s responsibilities include the implementation of Queen Mary’s education strategy and leadership development for senior educational staff.

Over the past two decades he has taught leadership around the world to many thousand students in Bachelor, Master and E/MBA programmes with a very strong commitment to link leadership research with leadership practice and vice versa. Moreover, Stefan has worked with 50+ companies across the world supporting them to develop more inspirational, passionate, energising, effective and responsible leadership. This work includes executive coaching and consultancy work at C-level. Stefan is also frequently invited as a keynote speaker at universities, companies and conferences around the world. 

His personal leadership credo is to empower people to make a difference.

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sarwar
Faculty of Education
International Islamic University, Islamabad

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sarwar is a distinguished and well-known educationist who is known for his hard work, incessant and arduous struggle. Dr. Sarwar not only worked as coordinator and chairman of the department but also showed his wonderful performance as Director ORIC and Director QEC, Chairman Purchase Committee, Chairman Hardship committee and Chairman semesters implementation committee. He also worked with HEC, theGovernment of the Punjab, SDPI, TEVTA, USAID, and the World Bank. Besides, his travel to England for post-doctorate at the University of Worcester provided him an opportunity to think globally, act locally.  Prof. Dr. Sarwar apart from his contemporary educationists and he has long-standing academic experience of three decades. Therefore, he has been honoured to be an ardent member of more than twenty-four national and international professional bodies. He is not only a seasoned curriculum writer and a leading trainer but has also been invited as the resource person at various workshops and to the national as well as international conferences.