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Lead In: Mindsets to Lead, Live and Work Differently.

“Lead In is Brené Brown meets Carol Dweck, and it’s vital and magnificent.”

– Emma Isaacs, CEO, Business Chicks

With complexity and unrelenting change only accelerating, it’s clear the old ways – and who’s – of leading are not sufficient. Good people are losing hope and opting out.

Yet there is a way to energise leadership that is inclusive, impactful and inspiring – and mindsets hold the key.

Lead In is your practical and accessible guide to activating the mindsets you need to step into a new way of leading. It is for smart, ambitious, heart-centred people who want to unleash their power to make a difference – in their lives, their organisations and their world.

Lead In will help you:

· Identify and move past old beliefs holding you back
· Make the contribution you know you want to make
· Be centred and in action even when times are tough
· Lessen the grip of the “not enough” mindset
· Empower others to Lead In as well.

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Unlikely Leaders: Lessons in Leadership from the Village Classroom offers a ground breaking and deeply relevant perspective on leadership. This book is a distillation of key leadership insights Cathy Burke learned through two decades partnering with villagers across South Asia and Africa, as Global Vice President at The Hunger Project, and before that CEO of The Hunger Project Australia.
The women and men she met gave her enduring lessons in life and leadership. From this experience Cathy authored Unlikely Leaders. If illiteracy, poverty, and malnutrition are no barriers to affecting visionary change, then what are we all truly capable of as leaders?
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What Cathy Burke has to say should be listened to

Speciosa Wandira-KazibweUN Secretary Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, Former Vice President Uganda

This is an excellent management resource for anyone wishing to instil true organisational change. While the backdrop is marginalised women in impoverished circumstances, the book from a management perspective sets out how to construct change when facing what appears to be insurmountable head winds.

Stephen WrenGeneral Manager, Perth