Conscious Change: How to Navigate Differences and Foster Inclusion in Everyday Relationships

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About the Author
Jean Kantambu Latting, DrPH, LMSW-IPR, is the president of Leading Consciously and a professor emerita at the University of Houston. As a consultant, researcher, and educator, Jean helps leaders in multicultural organizations further their people skills and capacity. She is the coauthor of Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change.
V. Jean Ramsey, PhD, was a professor of management at Texas Southern University, an HBCU in Houston, Texas, for nineteen years before retiring in 2009. She has published three previous books: Reframing Change (Praeger), Teaching Diversity (Jossey Bass), and Preparing Professional Women for the Future (Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan).
Stephanie Foy, LMSW, is a senior partner with Leading Consciously and contributes to curriculum development and practice implementation related to the principles and skills of Conscious Change. Her master's study and current consultation practice focus on leadership, well-being, and organizational change.
Amy Foy Hageman, MSPOD, is a junior associate with Leading Consciously. In that role, she facilitates training, creates coursework, and coaches participants through their learning goals. Amy graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2014 with a Master's of Positive Organizational Development.
"The digestible format makes Conscious Change an ideal workplace or social book club selection, as readers can discuss topics, practices, and ideas chapter by chapter. The concepts presented in Conscious Change are applicable to any work or social setting at any stage of life. They are also straightforward--no particular training or background is needed to appreciate them. If you are a human who interacts with other humans, you can learn from this book."
--Tracy Rathe, Senior Vice President of Organizational Performance and Development, Nebraska Healthcare Association