Race, leadership and redefining success

RSA Event / Video / Online

 -  | BST British Summer Time

RSA House and online via YouTube

  • Future of Work
  • Accessibility & inclusion
  • Leadership
  • Social justice

What does it take to challenge stereotypes, own your story and carve an authentic path to success? 

Join one of the most influential women in UK sport, leadership coach Michelle Moore and leading anti-racism activist and author Nova Reid as they celebrate and discuss Michelle’s debut leadership book, “Real Wins: Race, Leadership and How to Redefine Success”.

Real Wins shows us how to face our fears, build resilience and find our own unique leadership style.

In the book, Michelle draws on her experiences, from the track to the boardroom, to examine the relationship between leadership and identity, showing us how we can each find our own ways to challenge stereotypes, tired assumptions and the status quo. By taking responsibility for our leadership choices and actions, and, ultimately, by defining success in our own terms, she argues, we can all become more conscious leaders. 

Don’t miss what promises to be a powerhouse discussion that will inform and inspire. 

Please note, this event is taking place both in-person and online. Please ensure you select the relevant ticket type when booking.

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