Sir Ken Robinson, PhD, educator and New York Times bestselling author
From small groups to large countries, it's hard to overestimate the impact of leadership on the culture and effectiveness of organisations. For that reason, there's a burgeoning library of scholarly research and popular books on leadership. Imperfect Leadership is something different, however. Part memoir, part social history and part practical handbook, this book gives us a deeply human, close-grained account of Steve Munby's evolution as a leader as he steered a key national organisation through the white waters of educational change in England. Resoundingly honest and soul-searching, Imperfect Leadership is also an inspirational and practical guide to handling the complex challenges - and navigating the steep learning curves - that caring leaders face.