Women and Leadership: Book selection and Athena Swan events.

Today is International Women’s Day, to celebrate we have put together a list of books on leadership that are available in the Library including new purchases, Clicking on the images will take you through to the Library Catalogue where you can check availability.

St George’s is committed the career advancement of women and we currently hold an institutional Athena SWAN Bronze Award.  More about Athena SWAN events for staff and students are listed below.

Book list

Rocking your role : the 'how to' guide to success for female breadwinners. Shelfmark: HD6054.3 GAR Lean in : women, work, and the will to lead. Shelfmark: HD6054.3 SAN

HD58 ARN Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace by Jackie Arnold






Women at the top : what women university and college presidents say about effective leadership

Who moved my cheese?: an amazing way to deal with change in your work and in your life. Shelfmark: HD58 JOH The 7 habits of highly effective people : powerful lessons in personal change

Why should anyone be led by you? : what it takes to be an authentic leader. Shelfmark. HD57 GOF





Athena SWAN networking event: Tuesday 22 March  1.15 – 2pm  in H2.6

Dr Sally Worth, Director of the Joint Research and Enterprise Office, who will talk about her career through the commercial world and into higher education. 

There is no need to book, but to help organise refreshments, please register your intention to attend by emailing staffdev@sgul.ac.uk or to join the Athena SWAN mailing this. This will be used to encourage staff involvement and sharing of information in relation to the Athena SWAN agenda.

Student Organised Athena SWAN events:

The St George’s Athena SWAN student network is a society that aims to empower women in their future careers. The society organises regular events, with events planned for April and June.

See their Facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1636761613245035/#

Email: womenscareer@sgul.ac.uk
Twitter:  @SGwomenscareers