It's not that I don't think men have a valuable contribution to the conversation on women's leadership ... it just made me stop and check what my contribution might be. How does my life and work help me think about women's leadership? What is my experience of working with women leaders and collaborators and as clients? The interview went some really interesting places - especially in the second half where we got into how experiences of oppression and prejudice lead to building an analysis that supports action that leads to real change. Anyway here's the interview, I really enjoyed the conversation with Lesley and hope you do too. Comments welcome as always.
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