What is it about disability which equips you to lead? For this Leaders Now event, we'll be joined by Tom Shakespeare, regular broadcaster for BBC Radio, Professor of Disability Research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, for a talk about disability rights, leadership, and more.
This series of breakfast events, delivered in partnership with the RSA House, features 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. The events bring together current and aspiring leaders to encourage new thinking and collaboration about social and ethical leadership.
About Tom Shakespeare
Tom Shakespeare is Professor of Disability Research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, author of many books including Disability Rights and Wrongs, and a Fellow of the British Academy.
He has been a member of Arts Council England and also Nuffield Council on Bioethics, as well as a board member of many voluntary organisations and cultural organisations over the last 30 years, and chair of several of them. He broadcasts regularly on BBC Radio.