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Below you can find a selection of our favourite news stories curated from the press around the world. You can use the filters above to find your particular favourites either via year published, or by keyword!

  • What’s Your Leadership Origin Story?

    13 August 2020

    Origin stories come in many forms: tales of how we entered a profession, personal chronicles explaining how and when we became part of an organization, accounts of how we met our significant other, or even how we emerged as a new person after a crisis. Despite this natural inclination, we rarely examine what we include (and don’t include) in those accounts and how those choices shape our present reality.  Check out the full article, here

  • 8 Things Any CEO Can Do To Advance Diversity And Inclusion Right Now

    13 August 2020

    “I'm sorry” An apology is only as good as actions that take place to correct what has been done wrong! When it comes to workplace inclusion, there is, unfortunately much more work that leadership has to do, to begin to promote and embed diversity. Read the full article in Forbes

  • The 'shecession': why economic crisis is affecting women more than men

    6 August 2020

    Denise Frederick hasn’t stopped working since the pandemic began. But the nanny and home carer in New York City has also seen her pay cut in both jobs and she is uncertain about how long she will have either with the coronavirus outbreak far from under control....Read the full article in The Guardian

  • Women Are Leading Latin America’s Fintech Revolution

    6 August 2020

    Finance services is an industry that has been particularly male-dominated, with women holding less than 10 percent of senior positions. Despite predictions that the fintech industry could disrupt the gender balance in the traditional finance sector, female leadership in fintech remains low in most of the world. Read the full article here.

  • Inclusive leaders don’t just give feedback, they ask for it

    30 July 2020

    Organisations are more likely to meet or exceed financial targets if they’re inclusive. But what makes people feel included at work, and how can managers ensure they are treating all employees fairly and respectfully?  

    UNSW Business School’s Will Felps, Associate Professor in the School of Management, recently interviewed Juliet Bourke, Human Capital Partner at Deloitte, about what it takes to be an inclusive leader, as well as characteristics that should form the bedrock of effective leadership more generally.  Read the full article here

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