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Hi everyone, 

I would like to thank you for attending the RISJ x Reuters online leadership development course. I hope it has provided you with valuable input from our speakers and from the colleagues you met.

As Federica mentioned, as an 'accountability follow-up' and a chance to reconnect with the group, we will organise a one-hour call on Wednesday, July 13th at 16.00 UK time. You'll receive a calendar invite from me shortly. 

Your feedback is very helpful. To help us improve our programme, please let us know what you think we did well and what we could do better by filling out this short survey. It shoudl take 3 to 5 minutes max.  
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The presentations

Here are the slides of the presentations: 
  • You can connect with Kim Bui on LinkedIn here and on Twitter. You can read her blog posts for 'Sincerely, Leaders of Color' here
  • This is Alix Dunn's website: https://alixdunn.com/ and you can take a look at her slides from the session here. You can also sign up to her newsletter The Relay where she shares more about facilitation skills. 
  • These are the slides by Kim Brice from the Self Investigation. In it you'll find the traffic light exercise and the team communication charter that Kim talked about and other resources. This is the link to their Academy, the self-paced course for journalists.
  • The link to our 2021 Changing Newsrooms report that Federica Cherubini presented is here
We've also put together brief session notes with the main, practical tips that were shared during the course, both by your colleagues and the speakers. You can download that just below:
Session Notes PDF



Additional resources that you might find interesting: 

"Hearts and minds". How should leadership, culture and talent change in a news organisation to realise a full digital transition? In this book RISJ Senior Research Associate Lucy Kueng looks at several of the topics we mentioned during our course, including the role of generational splits in the newsroom, and how to foster and retain talent in our organisations. You can download the book here.  

📚 Reading. The Harvard Business Review published an interesting article on the 'Performance-Compassion Dilemma'  that middle managers face. 

🗞️🎙️ From our articles and podcast.
Check out our Digital News Report if you're interested in the latest empirical trends in audience behavior. You can also listen to our podcast here

More research. All of our research is available here.  


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All the best,
Programme Producer for Leadership Development

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