Jacinda Ardern

Pages: 320
Imprint: Oneworld

Jacinda Ardern

Leading with Empathy

Supriya Vani, Carl A. Harte

Hardback
9780861540303 (6 May 2021)
RRP £20.00 / US$27.95

The Book

Jacinda Ardern was swept to office in 2017 on a wave of popular adulation. In less than three months, she rose from deputy leader of the opposition to New Zealand's highest office. Her victory seemed heroic. Few in politics would have believed it possible; fewer still would have guessed at her resolve and compassionate leadership, which, in the wake of the horrific Christchurch mosque shootings of March 2019, brought her international acclaim. Since then, her decisive handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has seen her worldwide standing rise to the point where she is now acclaimed as a model leader.

   

Supriya Vani carefully explores the influences - personal, family, social, political and emotional - that have shaped Jacinda Ardern and made her a leader with a ‘different way of doing things'. 

Additional Information

Pages 320
Imprint Oneworld

 

About the Author

Supriya Vani is the author of Battling Injustice: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates which is based on her interviews with all the women Nobel Peace Laureates. A noted peace activist and human rights campaigner, she is a board member of the Hague Justice Portal. She is also the education and peace ambassador for Caravan for Peace, an NGO with more than fifty international Olympians in partnership with Peace and Sport. A regular speaker at prestigious gatherings, Supriya Vani is a recipient of an honorary James Patterson fellowship from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. She lives in New York.

Carl A. Harte is an Australian editor and author. He lives in India.

Reviews

Battling Injustice will educate people about gender equality and inspire women to rise up to their potential. It will inspire parents not clip the wings of their daughters. All our girls are meant for the stars, they need equality and freedom to flourish.'

- Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai and her father Ziauddin Yousafzai

‘The lives of the women Nobel Peace laureates detailed in this book by Supriya Vani are clear evidence of my belief that women are naturally more sensitive to others' needs and well-being. They have greater potential for expressing love and affection. Therefore, when, as now, compassionate leadership is required, women should take on a greater role in making this world a better place.'

- His Holiness the Dalai Lama