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The Edit: What We Hope For
The Edit

The Edit: What We Hope For

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.

2 minute read

7th Jul 2023

Introverted leaders, the hydrogen economy and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • Introverts can be leaders too. An emerging leader speaks candidly about how her introversion affects her ability to lead – Harvard Business Review
  • Is the ‘Great Resignation’ over? The furious pace of job-switching in recent years has led to big gains for low-wage workers. But the pendulum could be swinging back toward employers – The New York Times
  • Be what you hope for. In the face of global challenges, Augustine offers a compromise between the despair of pessimism and the presumption of optimism – Aeon
  • Can a viable industry emerge from the hydrogen shakeout? Shorn of some of the hype, the hydrogen business is becoming more level-headed, and more promising – The Economist
  • To save the planet, should we move slower? The degrowth movement makes a comeback – New Yorker
  • A look into the wondrous lives of sharks. Summertime in the northern hemisphere brings a renewed interest in shark encounters, as people flock to nearby beaches – The Atlantic
  • Why business school sustainability research needs a reality check. An FT report highlights outstanding work, and how academia falls short on ESG issues –  Financial Times
  • No hard feelings: worry. Can worry be a helpful emotion? Our new series explores the what, why and how of different emotions across our work and personal lives  – The Beautiful Truth 

“Hope just means another world might be possible, not promised, not guaranteed. Hope calls for action; action is impossible without hope.”

Rebecca Solnit