PART I: LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY IN A GLOBALISED WORLD Introduction: A Changing Landscape 1: The Global Leaders Role 2: Diversity Refreshed and Updated PART II: THE RESERACH FINDINGS Introduction 3: Findings - Leadership 4: Findings - Diversity 5: Findings - Organizational Factors 6: Pulling it together - What Lies Beneath PART III: THE TOOL - LEAD(3) Introduction: LEAD(3) 7: LEAD(3) in Depth 8: Operationalising LEAD(3) PART IV: THE BIG PICTURE 9: Impact, Value and Spirit of LEAD(3)
Sylvana Storey is a business psychologist and founder at Global Organizational Integrators. A practicing management consultant in the areas of organizational change and development, she has worked internationally across sectors, leading large-scale transformations and designing leadership development programmes. She is a contributory author to Business Psychology in Practice.
"As the world leader in the beauty business and a forerunner in Diversity, it was key for L'Oreal to contribute to one of the 1st academic studies defining the impact of Diversity on global leadership performance. The LEAD(3) model developed by Dr. Sylvana Storey offers a brand new and unique perspective on how leaders of global organizations can be more efficient in implementing diversity strategies and actions. Besides, it is definitely a step forward in making Diversity management a behavioral and business imperative for effective leadership." Jean-Claude Le Grand Director of International HR Development and Corporate Diversity Director at L'Oreal "Skanska is a global organization in construction and project development, a very male dominated industry. We understand the benefits that diversity brings and are working hard to be a truly diverse company. As an Executive in Skanska I have found the LEAD3 framework developed by Dr. Sylvana Storey to be a really useful tool." Mats Williamson Executive Vice President, Skanska AB 'In the emerging Brave New World of VUCA and countervailing power, unleashing the power of diversity could become a powerful tool for creating competitive advantage. This book explores the dynamic interplay between diversity and global leadership performance, and through LEAD3 presents us with an exciting analytical and operational tool to address this issue'. Rajeev Dubey President (Group HR, Corporate Services & After-Market) & Member of the Group Executive Board, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd 'LEAD(3) provides both beneficial and differing insights into how leaders of large organizations can effectively integrate diversity into their company strategies and operational practices. The practical LEAD(3) model will prove very useful in guiding leadership in their pursuit of managing diversity effectively to the maximum benefit of their organizations.' Chris Griffith Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Anglo American Platinum Ltd 'The complexities facing today's organizations make the job of a CEO quite a challenge. Dr. Storey provides a comprehensive analysis of such challenges, and her approach on strategizing diversity offers an innovative response to such challenges' Adnan Ahmed Yousif - President & Chief Executive Officer, Al Baraka Banking Group, Kingdom of Bahrain 'Dr. Sylvana Storey has done us all a service - not only the business community, but also all who interact with it - in elucidating the impact of diversity on global leadership performance. Her central tenet that organisations must re-shape their leadership and diversity efforts is undeniable and compelling' Sir Shridath Ramphal Director, Commonwealth Secretary-General,1975 1990 "This excellent book provides a well-researched, very readable and eminently practical approach to understanding and managing diversity. In a globalised world, the increasingly heterogeneous nature of the modern workforce can be a crucial source of competitive advantage, but only if leaders know how to manage that diversity. This book shows leaders what they need to know and what action to take. I would strongly recommend it to anyone who has a responsibility for or interest in leadership and diversity" Professor Bernard Burnes Chair of Organisational Change, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling