Deborah Rowland@deborahrowland; deborahrowland.com
Co-author of Sustaining Change: Leadership That Works (Wiley, 2008), and now, Still Moving: How to Lead Mindful Change (Wiley, 2017), Deborah is a leading-light thinker, speaker, writer, coach and practitioner in the field of leading large complex change. Rowland has personally led change in major global organizations including Shell, Gucci Group, BBC Worldwide and PepsiCo. She also founded and grew a consulting firm that pioneered original research in the field, the latest efforts of which were accepted as a paper at the 2016 Academy of Management. She has a double first in archaeology and anthropology from Cambridge University, and, alongside her change consulting work around the world to CEO’s and their teams from across all industries, she is also a member of the Archbishop’s Review Group into leadership development in the Church of England.
Deborah’s Articles on the Thinkers50 Blog
- Still Moving Leadership - The Inner Game of Leading Change
In my first book, Sustaining Change, co-authored with Malcolm Higgs, we wrote about the four external practices needed to do […]
- Pussy Hats in Portholland
I never thought I would hear the word, “pussy”, in church. But I did, last Sunday, as I joined the […]
- Thinkers50 in 50 Seconds with Deborah Rowland
Deborah Rowland is a former PepsiCo and BBC Worldwide executive and author of the forthcoming book, Still Moving, which offers […]
- The Brexit Wake - First Who, Now What: Can Our Politicians Lead Major Transition?
by Deborah Rowland As the post Brexit vote dust settles, it is now thankfully clear who will lead the UK […]
- Thinkers50 Podcast: Mindfulness
In this Thinkers50 Podcast, Des Dearlove talks with Deborah Rowland about mindfulness. What is mindfulness and can it make a […]