The gender diversity agenda remains one of the top items for Universities, research centres and wider organisations. We know that diversity is key to foster innovation, inclusivity and sustainability and many initiatives are focusing on increasing gender diversity and encouraging women to apply to senior positions in research, Academia and beyond.
Every individual and every organisation is involved in making hundreds of decisions each day. These decisions are a reflection of our values and beliefs, and they are always directed towards a specific purpose.
I have had the privilege to work with The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation (RAK) based in Denver, Colorado on a great “Kindness skills” programme for schools. RAK, headquartered in Colorado,
Organisations look for creative and innovative skills across all levels to generate new ideas for products, services and programmes but also to work on new approaches and solve problems effectively and efficiently.
Leadership books can be a great source of inspiration and knowledge. But where do you start? Which leadership books should you read? I have found that depending on the source of the advice, the list will vary tremendously. So I have made my pick and suggested a few books below that had a profound impact on my thinking.