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Joanna Swash

Recruited as Moneypenny’s first salesperson in 2005, today, Joanna is Group CEO of a global business that has grown to employ more than 1,000 people across continents, turning over £50m in 2020. She is a regular contributor on thought leadership, appearing on the BBC and in business press, yet does not claim to have all the answers, believing that learning is a continuous journey and diversity of thought is critical. In 2021 Management Today voted her the CEO of the Year for her development of company culture and her ability to drive transformation in the business communications industry. Joanna believes that great leaders should be those which are invisible, those that surround themselves with brilliant people and facilitate them to be the best that they can be, even if it is simply to make people smile. If she could inspire a movement, it would be one for kindness and good manners.

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