Beyond Diversity: 12 Non-Obvious Ways to Build a More Inclusive World
Wall Street Journal Bestseller
"A useful, forcefully written, and wide-ranging study of inequities--and how to fix them." --Kirkus Reviews
What if we could go beyond the conversation about diversity and take real action?
In early 2021, more than two hundred widely respected experts gathered virtually for the world's most ambitious conversation about diversity. Our aim was to do more than spotlight injustice. We challenged ourselves to imagine how to fix it. The dialogue brought together casting directors, bookstore owners, disabled leaders, healthcare professionals, students, VCs, standup comedians, chief diversity officers, pro gamers, archaeologists, government insiders, startup founders, and even a master puppeteer.
Now for the first time, these solutions are compiled into one groundbreaking volume organized into twelve powerful themes including: storytelling, technology, identity, retail, education and more. Each chapter paints a revealing picture of the world, how it is, how it could be and what needs to happen for us to get there. For newcomers to the topic of diversity, and DEI experts alike, this book offers a much-needed actionable blueprint for creating a more inclusive world for us all.
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About the Author
Rohit Bhargava believes the world need more non-obvious thinkers. He is the author of six books on topics as wide ranging as how to bring more humanity back to business and how to see things other miss. His latest book Non-Obvious Megatrends was a #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller. Rohit's books have won multiple international awards, shortlisted for the Leonard L. Berry Book Award and been translated into 15 languages. Outside of his writing and speaking, Rohit is also an Adjunct Professor of storytelling and marketing at Georgetown University. He believes in listening before talking and helps his readers to be more interesting. According to his business card, Rohit is a "Trend Curator, Storyteller and Nice Guy." You can test that final claim for yourself by getting in touch with Rohit here: rohit [at] nonobviouscompany [dot] com.Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. As the successful founder, president, and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, headquartered in New York City, Jennifer is responsible for designing workplace strategies that have been implemented by some of the biggest companies and nonprofits in the world. She has harnessed more than 14 years of experience as a world-renowned diversity and inclusion expert through consulting work, keynoting and thought leadership. Jennifer is the host of the popular weekly podcast, The Will to Change, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion.