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"Christie has an exceptional ability to distill complicated challenges into practical frameworks and actionable advice for business leaders. I would highly recommend Christie as an advisor, researcher, and speaker for any top company.”
Founder & President, International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR); Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management; Thinkers50 Hall of Fame
LONDON 2017 – Thinkers50, The Premier Ranking of Global Business Thinkers
The Global Thinkers50 Radar List - The 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led
The Biennial Thinkers50 Talent Award Shortlist - The 8 thought leaders around the world who are making significant contributions to the field of talent management
Dear CEO: 50 Personal Letters from the world's Leading Business Thinkers
Thinker50 & Bloomsbury Press
A collection of specially-commissioned letters written by respected business thinkers around the world. This book provides guidance, wisdom and personal insight into the particular challenges facing the business world today and anyone in a senior position.
“Christie Hunter Arscott stands alone in her unique brand of gender and generations strategist, speaker, and advocate. She truly embodies leading-edge thought-leadership with credibility from her rich credentials, original research from her deep curiosity, wisdom from her own experience as a millennial, results and solutions from her proven curriculum, and inspiration from her joyous spirit. Christie is a pleasure to collaborate with and I count her among my most trusted colleagues, friends, and mentors.”
Former Senior Advisor to President Bill Clinton & President Barack Obama; Former Executive Director of the Harvard Kennedy School's Center For Public Leadership; Author of "Take The Lead"
The Latest Research: Diversity
Harvard Business Review
Christie's writing was selected by Harvard Business Review editors for this 20-article collection of the best research pieces on diversity published by Harvard Business Review over the past few years.