Read our study to find the five patterns that female leaders at the top of their game have in common that led to their success.
Stay up-to-date with the latest opinion pieces, interviews, research papers, all designed to inspire new thinking and encourage healthy debate.
14th February, 2023
Jane Sassienie, BRIDGE Director, alongside research participants Sophie Neary, Group Director UK&I, Meta and Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council share their insights and the personal stories that have been resonating the loudest for them since launching the research.
06th May, 2021
At our latest BRIDGE Breakthrough virtual event, we were joined by Henry De Sio, the Chief Operating Officer of Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. Henry is now known as the Global Ambassador for Changemakers. In summary, Henry’s message was that the world as we know it – and the people in it – have fundamentally changed.
29th July, 2020
In this blog post we’ll explore why honing your ability to master your mindset is so important when it comes to thriving during times of disruption, and we’ll share a simple but powerful technique you can practice, starting today.
23rd July, 2020
Sometimes a particular event in our lifetime can make us reassess what truly matters, and spurs us on to lead for something more. During lockdown, if you have been craving to lead for something more, these may indeed be the green shoots of societal leadership.
In this article we’ll take a look at what it means to be motivated by something greater, and how you can take the next steps to becoming a societal leader.
20th July, 2020
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17th July, 2020
At the end of May Bridge Partnership APAC hosted a panel event around leadership for times of extraordinary change, here we share some of the insights and highlights from the event.
Thank you again to our amazing speakers Gordon Watson, Henry F. De Sio, Jr., Fiona Nott, NiQ Lai sharing your personal experiences and thoughts on these times we find ourselves in.
24th September, 2019
Following our journey into the future back in May 2019, it was time for BRIDGE Singapore’s Purpose Journey event series to reopen its doors. Forty curious guests relaxed into the velvety couches of Prudential Tower’s Hemingway Lounge – glass of wine in hand, eager to delve into all things Conscious Leadership.
20th June, 2019
BRIDGE Singapore recently launched ‘The Purpose Journey’, an event series co-created with its guests, designed to take the audience on a journey towards making purpose matter. To kick off the series, we started with a journey into the future. What could be in store for us in 2030? What will leaders and organisations of the future even look like? To help answer these questions we were excited to be joined by Futurist Benjamin J Butler.
03rd May, 2019
HRD Connect exclusively talked to Sophie Ireland and Jane Sassienie, about what makes a good leader, as well as discussing the importance of a conscious organisation. Sophie Ireland (S.I) and Jane Sassienie (J.S) share their thoughts on these topics.
02nd May, 2019
In a guest post for the Brighton Meaning Conference James Boddy explores the three tensions to accelerate your purpose journey.
20th April, 2019
At the HRD Summit 2019 in Birmingham, BRIDGE’s Sophie Ireland and Jane Sassienie, Global Directors, ran a fascinating CoLab entitled “consciousness in a leadership environment”. Charlie Braithwaite, HRD Connect writes a summary of the session.
10th October, 2018
Businesses have both the obligation and opportunity to play a vital role as a force for good in the world. And “doing good” is not restricted simply to the familiar domains of CSR and philanthropy. So how do purposeful businesses achieve commercial success whist being a force for good?
25th September, 2018
Graham Abbey joins HRD Connect to discuss why organisations are now looking at organisational purpose as a sustainable model for gaining a competitive advantage. He shares some of the most pioneering work going on in this area.
19th December, 2014
A global merger between U.S. and Chinese companies required the development of a leadership philosophy that combines Eastern and Western cultures. Jerry Connor, Yi Min and Ranjani Iyenjar discuss what happens when the two are brought together.