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Change Makers

A Woman’s Guide to Stepping Up Without Burning Out at Work

Discover your power as a change-maker and have an impact at work, without burning out.
EAN: 9781398605060
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 200x130
320 pages

About the book

We've come some way in the fight for equality in the workplace, but we aren't finished yet. Join the women who are finding a powerful new way to lead.

In Change Makers, expert leadership coach Katy Murray presents an actionable plan to expand your influence, step forward and make a difference at work. The book shares powerful habits that will reshape your brain and shift your behaviour. Learn how to clarify your purpose, increase your joy, and boost your energy, whilst also managing overwhelm and preventing burnout.

Change Makers leads you through a personalized journey of self-discovery, with practical templates, exercises and coaching prompts to support your progress. Includes inspirational real-life examples of change-making women, including Lara Sheldrake of Found & Flourish, Davinia Tomlinson from rainchq, Naomi Evans from Everyday Racism and Lauren Currie OBE of UPFRONT. Uncover how to embody change, break down barriers, disrupt systems and co-create a more equitable world.

About the authors

Katy Murray is a leadership coach, diversity and inclusion consultant and speaker. She's coached thousands of leaders over 25+ years, with clients like BBC, Wates, Amnesty International, Houses of Parliament and UNICEF. A featured coach for women's online memberships Allbright, Every Woman and Found + Flourish, she's written for or featured in The Economist Group, Thrive Global, D+I Leaders and Gapsquare. The Director of Catalyst Collective, helping organizations co-create more equitable anti-racist workplaces, Katy's named 'one of the UK's Top 50 D+I Leaders' by Hive Learning. She lives in the Lake District, UK.

An inspiring manual that gives tangible and holistic guidance on how to lead during the very messy times we're living in.

Kajal Odedra, Global Communication Director, Change.org and author, 'Do Something: Activism for Everyone'