New publication: Futureproof Your Career – How to Lead and Succeed in a Changing World

A new book titled Futureproof Your Career: How to Lead and Succeed in a Changing World by Professor Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj and her colleague Neema Pasha has just been published. 

The book is an essential guide to improving your career and taking full advantage of opportunities for progression. With a major focus on the changing business, economic, and technological landscape, it explores the new challenges of job retention and career progression.

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Select book reviews:
An enjoyable and refreshing take on major trends and changes that leaders must successfully embrace if they are to ensure that they succeed in their career. This book provides thought-provoking insights, research and advice that all leaders should actively consider.
Helen Gordon, Chief Executive, Science Council

This book blends scholarly research and practice-based insights to force a rethink of what ongoing social shifts, enterprise innovations and altering societal values imply for future careers.
Alnoor Bhimani, Professor of Management Accounting & Director of South Asia Centre, London School of Economics

 The authors set out a compelling vision for a more people-centred, impact-led approach to navigate the ‘next normal’. So much in here resonated with me, and has been missing from other leadership books.
Gwen Hines, CEO, Save the Children UK  

An inspiring and highly energising read which enables us to take stock of where we are, and where we want to go in our careers.
Erem Kassim-Lakha, Partner, McKinsey & Company

Dr. Shaeehna Janjuha-Jivraj is an associate professor at HEC Paris.

Dr. Naeema Pasha is Director of Henley Careers and Professional Development, Greenlands, UK.

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