Real Wins: Race, Leadership and How to Redefine Success (Hardback)Michelle Moore (author)
Longlisted for CMI Management Book of the Year Award 2022
'Powerful and inspiring. A must read' Denise Lewis OBE
'A book that could simply change your life' Colin Salmon, Actor
Real Wins is an urgent call to action from one of the most influential women in sport. In her unflinching style, Michelle Moore seeks to redress inequality at all levels and shows us how to challenge stereotypes and tired assumptions to transform our experiences and environments.
Through this timely, eye-opening insight into her experiences both on the track and in the boardroom, Michelle shows us how to face our fears, build resilience and find our own unique leadership style. She shares stories from athletes, leaders and many other inspiring people, as she redefines the relationship between identity and success for both individuals and organisations.
Giving you the practical strategies of self-awareness and resilience to run your own race, Real Wins will empower you to take responsibility for your own prejudices, actions and ultimate success.
Michelle Moore tirelessly champions a brand of conscious leadership for a new age of sport and business. She is sought out by corporations, government bodies and international sports federations to help drive change and bring about personal and collective transformation.
Publisher: John Murray Press
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 218 x 140 x 26 mm
Lays bare truths that will help people to become the inclusive colleagues, leaders and community members that the world needs right now. Brace yourself and dive in. -- John Amaechi OBE, organisational psychologist, and Founder of APS Intelligence
Addresses what it means to be minoritized Black people in leadership positions, in the 21st century. Elegantly written, intelligent and accessible, it's a manual to support us not just to survive, but also to thrive. * Baroness Young of Hornsey OBE *
Change your life, views and old perceptions to unearth your ability to lead* Colin Salmon, Actor *
Navigate identity, inequality and success to run your own race* Eni Aluko, Sporting Director, Angel City Football Club and former professional footballer *
A powerful and refreshingly honest account of what conscious leadership in the 21st century should look like* Professor Ben Carrington, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California *
An important and exciting book that is truly of its time* Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE, Olympic hockey gold and bronze medallist, former England Captain *
An invaluable resource for anyone wishing to understand and to bridge the gap between easily made statements of intent about fairness and the real, lived experiences of too many people* Chris Grant, former CEO, Sported and independent board member, Sport England *
Exactly what we need right now. Empowers us to lead with dignity, emotional intelligence and to embrace our unique identities. Fabulous!* Reshmin Chowdhury, English sports journalist, broadcaster and event host, BT Sport, Talksport and the BBC *
Filled with fascinating insights on identity, leadership and sport that will leave you challenged, uplifted and inspired to take action in new ways.* Ebony Rainford-Brent, World Cup winning cricketer, TV and radio broadcaster, Director of Surrey County Cricket Club *
A powerful and nurturing book and voice in the world of sport* Derek A. Bardowell, author of No Win Race *
A must read for anyone seeking an authentic leadership journey* Tunji Akintokun MBE, business leader and philanthropist *
Essential reading to enhance and unleash your leadership potential* Ama Agbeze MBE, International Netball player, commonwealth gold medallist, former England Netball Captain *
A timely call to action for anyone and everyone leading or wishing to lead in the global sport industry and beyond* David Grevemberg CBE, global sports leader and innovator *
A deeply courageous memoir entwined with invaluable information from highly respected sportspeople and a range of individuals who have excelled in their field. * Professor Marcia Wilson, Dean of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, The Open University *
You may also be interested in...
Would you like to proceed to the App store to download the Waterstones App?