In this groundbreaking book, organizational psychologist and executive coach Gena Cox, Ph.D., delivers the message that humans vary, and human variation is normal. Yet true inclusion that embraces these variations remains elusive in the workplace. That traumatizing state of affairs will continue until executives lead inclusion from the top of the organization. Drawing on psychological science; interviews with corporate leaders; the work of diversity, equity and inclusion experts; and her own experience in corporate America, Cox goes beyond the business case for diversity and answers the clarion call for human-centered organizational leadership. Leading Inclusion is not a how-to book; it’s a how-to-be book — one that educates, challenges and empowers readers and their C-suite and board colleagues to lead a diverse workforce effectively.
Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel
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