Leaders Now events are back! In partnership with the RSA, we are delighted to relaunch this series of breakfast meetings featuring high calibre, inspirational leaders sharing their leadership journeys with other aspiring and established leaders in the social sector.
The free breakfast meetings are a networking space for those interested in or working for the social sector. Through the partnership with the RSA, the events bring together current and aspiring leaders to encourage new thinking and collaboration about social and ethical leadership.
On 12 September, we will be joined by Alison Reynolds, Faculty at Ashridge Executive Education, Hult International Business School and co-author of What Philosophy Can Teach Us About Being a Better Leader, who will share her leadership insights.
About Alison Reynolds
Alison is Faculty at Ashridge Executive Education, Hult International Business School where she designs and delivers award-winning executive programs. In 2019 Alison was announced on the Thinkers50 Radar alongside David Lewis, recognizing their work on Cognitive Diversity. Alison is passionate about humanizing work and has co-written a book on this topic ‘What Philosophy Can Teach Us About Being a Better Leader.’
Alison’s research and thinking feature consistently in Harvard Business Review and she co-developed the Qi Index, a tool used by organizations worldwide to better understand the quality of their interaction. Alison lives in London with her partner and daughter Imogen.