Editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, Farrah Storr, explains how we can harness constraint, failure and obstacles to unlock creative thinking and personal potential, using examples from her own career as a journalist and editor.
Farrah Storr (@Farrah_Storr) is the award-winning editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, where she has increased sales by an unprecedented 59% since she took over the helm of the brand, taking the magazine back to its number one position for the first time in 16 years. Prior to this she was the launch editor of Women's Health magazine, the most successful women's magazine launch of the millennium. In 2018 Farrah was named as one of the most powerful BAME leaders in the country by The Guardian. She is the author of The Discomfort Zone and is a regular spokesperson on women's issues, diversity and careers.
Rebecca Campbell is an LSE Fellow in the Department of Management, LSE.
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