A book the world needs right now, and Elaine is just the right messenger ... She has all the ingredients to become the next Brene Brown' Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen, bestselling authors of Difficult Conversations Having a seat at the table doesn't mean that your voice gets heard. Knowing something is wrong doesn't make it easy to speak up. But this silencing - intentional or not - has profound consequences on our work and life. It blocks talent, skews decisions and causes teams and individuals to fail. So what if there was another way? Drawing on her experience as a lecturer at Harvard Law School and as a Managing Partner at one of the world's leading leadership development companies, Elaine Lin Hering delves into the roots of silence, examining the patterns that keep us trapped, and showcases the impact that rewiring unconscious behaviours can have on innovation, creativity and collaboration. From the boardroom to the classroom, from personal relationships to wider communities, Hering shows us how we can have more authentic conversations, foster inclusive spaces and amplify all voices. Because only by unlearning silence can we fully unleash talent, speak our minds, and be more complete versions of ourselves... and help other people do the same.

Paperback / softback  Trade paperback (UK)  (Text (eye-readable))  288pp  h234mm  x  w153mm  x s21mm  353g  Trade paperback (UK) 

ISBN13: 9781529900187