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Professor Jane Bryan listed as one of the winners in the Positive Leadership Awards 2023

We are excited to share that Warwick Law School’s Professor Jane Bryan has been listed as one of the 21 official winners of the 2nd edition of the Positive Leadership Awards.

Launched by the Positive Leadership Institute, the international awards seek to highlight the unsustainability of traditional approaches to management and change the conversation towards positive management practices. By collecting and disseminating the best practices of positive leadership as well as by putting positive leaders into the deserved spotlight, the awards aim to set the “new normal” of the management world.

This year’s awards received 7,399 nominations from 18 countries across five continents, with 21 making the winners list. Only those who have demonstrated inspiring examples of cultivating psychological safety, trust, autonomy, mastery, and shared mission in their teams made the final grade.

About Jane

Jane BryanJane moved into academia after practising as a solicitor and has taught law at Warwick for almost 20 years, receiving several prestigious teaching awards and being a finalist in the Oxford University Press Law Teacher of the Year Award 2019. Jane is an accredited mediator and created Warwick Mediation, the University's peer mediation service, to offer training and services to staff and students. Jane was Academic Lead of the University's Community Values Education Programme (2020-2023), and created the University's Say My Name project and Kindness Awards.

Find out more about the Positive Leadership Awards 2023

Professor Andrew Williams, Head of School has said:

"This is an excellent recognition for all that Jane has introduced and contributed to across various University programmes. Congratulations from all the Law School!"

Thu 18 Jan 2024, 11:00 | Tags: Award, Staff in action