Katy Granville-Chapman & Emmie Bidston: Meet the authors

06 May 2021

The book provides a model of leadership, based on thorough research, that is memorable and practical: effective leaders know, love and inspire their people!

The book also provides practical examples and challenges to help you improve your leadership. We have been testing this leadership model with businesses, universities, students and teenagers across multiple countries and it seems to resonate in all these sectors and across age groups. So, we are hopeful it can help change the narrative around leadership from the ˜hero leader model™ to one where leadership is all about enabling other people to flourish.

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