What can we learn about leadership from a trans person’s lived experience?
Drawing on his lived experience as a trans person, Jay Stewart charts his 20-year experience of being involved in the trans movement and establishing the not-for-profit organisation Gendered Intelligence, a charity that aims to increase understandings of gender diversity and improve the lives of trans people.
Focussing on the historical context leading right up to present times in the UK and US, Stewart explores the importance of trans-leadership. Lived Experience Leadership in the Trans Movement argues that trans people have rich insight and the sharing of their experience and perspective is paramount in understanding gender diversity and further freedom of expression when it comes to gender. To forward trans rights and liberation, Stewart emphasises the value of centring those who have most ‘skin in the game’.
A narrative that emphasises the importance of trans identities in shaping future possibilities, this book is ideal reading for students of, and practitioners in LGBT+ and Queer Studies, Gender Studies, Business Studies, Social Entrepreneurship, Psychology, and Community Development Studies.
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