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Not Doing explores how we can be even more effective when we cease to struggle

● From the award-winning authors of Not Knowing (Best Management Book of the Year)

● Using provocative ideas from diverse fields such as music, dance, elite sport, business and neuroscience

● Case studies and examples that create sustainable results by using principles such as ‘active surrender’, ‘fluidity’and ‘grace’.


AUTHORS

Steven D’Souza is an international consultant, writer, executive coach and educator. He is an Associate Fellow at Said Business School, University of Oxford, an Associate Professor of Leadership at IE Business School, Madrid, and a Leadership Consultant and Coach at INSEAD. Steven is the author or co-author of three bestselling books, ‘Made In Britain’, ‘Brilliant Networking’ (Prentice Hall) and the award-winning ‘Not Knowing’ (LID Publishing). Steven is the founder and Director of Deeper Learning Ltd, a global executive education consultancy. Diana is a consultant, teacher, and writer. She helps individuals and organizations navigate uncertainty and make progress on complex challenges. Diana is the co-author of ‘Not Knowing’, which was named Book of the Year by the Chartered Management Institute in 2015. She is the director and co-founder of the Uncharted Leadership Institute and the creator of Not Knowing Lab. She is also an associate with Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, and adjunct lecturer with the University of Adelaide.

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