True inclusion happens when leaders stop relying on HR practitioners to own full responsibility for DEI initiatives. The small, intentional daily leadership practices in this book are the key to creating truly inclusive organizations.

Product Code: 9387
ISBN: 9781523006410
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler
Pages: 240
Published Date: 05/28/2024
Availability:In stock
Price: $26.95

Diversity and inclusion training and books have flooded the market, but the gap between what is promised and what is delivered is beginning to undermine the progress that has been made.

There are millions of people who strive to make a difference in workplace diversity and inclusion. And with this practical, leader-friendly framework, Daily Practices of Inclusive Leaders will equip readers with the actionable tools they’ve been searching for.

Leaders will learn:
- Why they are the key to inclusion
- Insights for the lifelong journey
- Successful practices they can start today
- And more

With the era of big DEI coming to an end, leaders will make big strides through small daily changes in their processes that lead to creating an inclusive workplace culture. With this toolkit of actions, activities, and tactics leaders will become the foundation of diversity and inclusion in their organization.

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Part 1
The Foundations of Inclusive Leadership
1 Why Leaders Are Key to the Daily Practice of Inclusion
2 Daily Wisdom
Seven Insights for Leading Inclusively
3 Daily Courage
A Willingness to Rock the Boat
4 Daily Heart
Empathy, Compassion, and Vulnerability
5 Structure and Accountability

Part 2
The Daily Practices of Inclusive Leaders
6 Attract
7 Develop, Keep, Engage
8 Everyday Inclusion
9 The HR Function as an ID&E Partner
10 Overcoming Hurdles on Your Inclusive Leadership Journey
Challenge Accepted! What It Means to Lead Inclusively

About the Authors

“What incredibly impactful guidance for leaders at this time! Eddie Pate and Jonathan Stutz capture the essence of the practice of inclusion for leaders—those ‘small impactful actions.’” —Barbara Deane, Codirector, Institute for Sustainable Diversity & Inclusion, and associate editor of Diversity at Work

“Pate and Stutz provide compelling and useful daily practices that help leaders drive the impact so many find frustratingly elusive. They provide a road map for ‘driving impact that starts small and grows into a remarkable force for change.’” —Dr. Debra Meyerson, author of Tempered Radicals and Professor, Stanford University

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