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  • “Diversity and inclusion cannot simply be left to politicians and protestors: as leaders, each of us has the power to do things differently. From such privileged positions, each of us must have the courage to rewire meritocracy so that we genuinely reward talent. Doing so won’t just serve what is right; it will also build what is profitable.”
    Anita Kirpal
    Global Future Partners and FTSE 100 Business Coach

Latest Related Report

posted on 12th July 2021

This new report from Global Future reveals that huge numbers of British people are, as a result of the pandemic, reconsidering the major sources of meaning in their lives such as what they do, where they live and who they love. The timing of this report is crucial, since anxieties regarding money and opportunity – exacerbated by the pandemic – pose major barriers to the changes many are seeking to make. Unless action is taken, we face a potential wave of discontent as the disparities between people’s hopes and their realities become more pronounced, despite the lockdown easing. Drawing on independent YouGov findings, real life case studies and expert psychological analysis, this influential new report will be relevant to all of us who desire change after this difficult period, as well as leaders who want to empower people to have more meaningful and fulfilled lives.

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