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Inclusion revolution : the essential guide to dismantling racial inequity in the workplace / Daisy Auger-Domainguez.

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  • ISBN: 9781541620124 : HRD
  • ISBN: 1541620127 : HRD
  • Physical Description: pages cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Seal Press, [2022]

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Introduction -- Your Inclusion Ambitions -- Build the Best teams. Period. -- Overhaul Your Recruitment -- Make Better Hiring Decisions -- Nurture a People-First Culture -- Set Psychological Safety in Motion -- Tune In to the Whispers and Screams (and Everything in Between) -- No Talent Left Behind -- Build Support Scaffolding -- Get to the Heart of Accountability -- Persist.
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"We are in the midst of a global reckoning on racism, and corporations are on high alert. Public statements of anti-racism are no longer enough. But managers, especially those sandwiched between the C-Suite and their entry-level colleagues, feel that theydon't have the power and influence to affect the level of change we need to see in the world. In Inclusion Revolution, award-winning diversity advocate Daisy Auger-Domainguez shows that this is simply not true: we can all take action in our organizationstoday. By sharing the best practices honed through years of working as a leading executive in diversity at Google, Disney, and Vice, Auger-Domainguez delivers clear-cut strategies on achieving workplace equity. She examines how companies can find diversetalent, how to confront a problematic referral culture, and how to restructure interviews and the hiring process to eliminate bias. Instead of encouraging mentoring, she shows how training sponsors on effectively and sensitively supporting colleagues cango farther in shoring up retention. She exposes how one-day diversity trainings and even affinity groups can become counterproductive, if structured incorrectly. And she shows how executive-level diversity councils and even external diversity boards canmore effectively enact policy changes and hold companies accountable. Through her guidance and through examples from companies that are doing the work well-to dramatic and lasting results-Auger-Domainguez shows readers how to hire, retain, and grow diverse talent and build a truly inclusive workplace. Inclusion Revolution is not a blueprint for check-the-box diversity trainings; it's not a prescription to being politically correct in the workplace. This is a book of action for those who are willing to realize equity in their organizations and confront the pervasive inequities at work. It's a book about building change that lasts, because through the best teams, and the broadest audience reach, companies can finally build a stronger future"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Racism in the workplace.
Diversity in the workplace.
Personnel management.
Corporate culture.

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