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In Chapter 18, Dr Mahima Mitra, Dr Andromachi Athanasopoulou, Professor Sue Dopson and Professor Michael Smets address the need to create a more representative group of leaders. They accordingly focus on areas like gender and ethnicity in charting a route to the top. In this respect, they examine institutional and individual barriers to a more diverse and responsible leadership. They consider how existing evidence suggests that these can be overcome in generating a series of principles for future responsible leadership development. As such, they deepen our understanding of inclusivity in exercising responsible leadership in fulfillment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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Responsible Leadership: Essential for the Achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals



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