Books To Help You Amplify Your Leadership Impact
BOOKS WRITTEN BY DR. KAREN MORLEY
Beat Gender Bias
In this book, Dr Karen Morley explains how biases, particularly the insidious unconscious ones, trip us up. She outlines what approach to take to minimise their impact on organisations. She shares stories from leaders committed to making their organisations fairer. Her Bias Busters are specific actions that you can take to outsmart bias, help advance the progress of women, and create more inclusive cultures. Her goal is to make it easier to notice, talk about, and overcome bias.
Beat Gender Bias is for leaders from CEO level to the frontline and all working men and women who want a better world of work. By replacing bias with inclusion, organisations will create personal, social, productivity and economic value that will sustain future success.
“This book, packed with practical suggestions, is a must-read for anyone interested in reducing gender bias and creating an inclusive workplace.”
Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of Business Psychology at Columbia University and UCL
Lead Like A Coach
Lead Like a Coach is a book for leaders who care about the people they lead; care about their own success; and want to make a positive impact on their stakeholders, their families and their communities. It is packed with practical strategies and case studies making it easy for anyone to start to lead like a coach.
“a well written and considered book that brings to life the practical insights and examples of how even an experienced leader can better connect, engage, and bring teams on the journey to unlock their potential.” Michael Schneider, MD, Bunnings
Gender Balanced Leadership: An Executive Guide
This book will help you increase the number of senior women in your organisation. It profiles leading Australian and international companies, showing what they are doing to increase the number of women in senior leadership roles. It summarises key international research, identifying what works, and why.
“Congratulations on putting together such a substantive and comprehensive book. It is a very good practical guide. The chapter structure facilitates easy identification of goals and actions.”
Helen Conway former CEO, Workplace Gender Equality Agency