Equality: Courageous Conversations About Women, Men, and Race to Spark a Diversity and Inclusion Breakthrough

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Price
$19.99
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
Pages
268
Dimensions
5.0 X 0.61 X 7.99 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781976596339
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About the Author

Throughout her life, Trudy Bourgeois has been a forward-thinking agent of change, role model and leader for equality. In the '60s, she was the first to integrate the Catholic school system in Mobile, Alabama. In the '70s, she was selected as one of America's brightest future leaders. In the '80s, she became the first in a family of 10 children to graduate from college. In the '90s, she broke the glass ceiling in the consumer goods industry by becoming the first African-American woman to rise to the level of Vice President. She understands the struggle. She also understands what it takes to achieve a breakthrough, and she knows how to get there. Trudy Bourgeois is a renowned and respected authority on leadership development. Her organization specializes in women and people of color and is known for change management initiatives that move the needle on diversity and inclusion. After a successful career as a senior sales and marketing executive, Bourgeois took all her experience and passion and founded The Center for Workforce Excellence in 2001. CWE is a professional coaching, training, consulting and teaching organization that companies such as Intel, PepsiCo, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kellogg's, Cox Automotive, and many others credit with advancing their talent management and diversity and inclusion initiatives. Trudy is a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, writes for numerous trade publications and magazines, and has authored three books on leadership: Her Corner Office (Second Edition); The Hybrid Leader; and Equality: Courageous Conversations about Women, Men, and Race to Spark a Diversity & Inclusion Breakthrough
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