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Lynda Gratton named as one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices UK for 2018

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Lynda Gratton, a member of the Ososim advisory board, has been selected as one of the top UK voices on LinkedIn over the last 12 months.

LinkedIn’s annual review identifies the LinkedIn members whose activity is driving the highest levels of engagement. Millions of posts, videos, articles and comments are analysed to uncover those who are leading their industries and creating powerful conversations. LinkedIn evaluates a wide range of factors including follower growth as well as the quality of the discussions these influencers are creating.

A leading expert in organisational transformation

As a Professor of Management Practice in Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, Lynda specialises in people and organisations. The author of nine books, including the best-seller, The 100-Year Life – Living and Working in an Age or Longevity, Lynda writes about the key issues facing companies today – from talent management to technological transformation and innovative thinking to intangible assets. Lynda is passionate about creating and sharing insight to assist global organisations in adapting to the future of work.

Lynda is also the founder of the Hot Spots Movement and the Future of Work Research Consortium. She is considered one of the world’s authorities on people in organisations and actively advises companies across the world. Over the last decade, she has been profiled in numerous magazines. These include Personnel Today, The Guardian and the Financial Times. She is regularly included by The Times as one of the world’s top business thinkers. She has also been named by Thinkers 50 has one of the top 15 thinkers in the world.

Lynda was a founding shareholder of Ososim and has been a member of the Ososim advisory board ever since. She is a passionate believer in the importance of life-long learning and a strong supporter of the power of simulations in accelerating development.

You can follow Lynda on LinkedIn, Twitter or her website