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Poles Apart: Why People Turn Against Each Other, And How To Bring Them Together [Paperback-2021]
Alison Goldsworthy
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Publisher: Bantam Uk | ISBN: 9781847942968 | Pages: 320


About the Author

Alison Goldsworthy has been a political adviser and campaigner for more than twenty years. A former Deputy Chair of the Liberal Democrats, she led the team that built the fastest-growing campaigning organisation in the UK. In 2017 she was a Sloan Fellow at Stanford, co-creating its first depolarisation course. A board member of the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, Alison has won numerous awards for her work. She has written for the Telegraph, Independent, New Statesman, The Times and Financial Times. Laura Osborne is a professional communicator, spokesperson and podcaster, with a background in public affairs and government communications. Currently Corporate Affairs Director at London First, the voice of the city s largest employers, she was previously Communications Director at Which?, the UK s consumer association. Laura has led large teams, working with some of the UK s biggest corporations to apply lessons from communications, consumer insight and behavioural science to making business a force for good. Alexandra Chesterfield is a behavioural scientist with a master s degree in Cognitive and Decision Science. Forever curious about why we do what we do, she currently works in financial services, leading a team of behavioural scientists to help get better outcomes for employees and customers. For four years, she was an elected Councillor in Guildford for the Conservative Party. She has personally experienced the effects of affective polarisation, both in and out of the workplace.

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