Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel
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An outstanding source of information and advice for leaders who want to build inclusive work environments. It may also prove extremely beneficial for faculty and students of business administration schools. Highly recommended.
Library Journal starred review
BookLife (Publishers Weekly) A comprehensive guidebook to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in the workplace.
Kirkus Reviews ... nuanced and personalized, reflecting deep understanding of the challenges implicit in addressing racial tensions in workplaces.
Clarion Book Reviews by ForeWord Reviews (5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are an executive who intends to build an inclusive organization but doesn't know where to start, Leading Inclusion will be uniquely helpful."
Dorie Clark, Wall Street Journal-bestselling author, The Long Game
"Leading Inclusion is an incredibly compelling and well-grounded call to leaders, especially those in the C-suite, to lead differently--to lead inclusively."
Dr. Steven Rogelberg, professor, organizational psychology, UNC Charlotte; bestselling author, The Surprising Science of Meetings
"Inclusive leadership is a business imperative. In this ideas-packed and humane book, Gena Cox explains how we can overcome feeble excuses and cultural ignorance to take the bold steps required to change our workplace reality, one employee at a time."
Des Dearlove, cofounder, Thinkers50
"Gena Cox's REDI methodology is among the most comprehensive and effective strategies available in our field. Reading and implementing her well-researched practices and internalizing the generous personal perspectives of this powerful Black woman leader will set your business up for success."
Dr. Tiffany Jana, CEO, TMI Portfolio; award-winning coauthor, Subtle Acts of Exclusion
"Few women of color can define the day-to-day workplace using a nuanced blend of personal experience, organizational psychology, and leadership effectiveness insights. Gena Cox has that unique voice and uses it in Leading Inclusion to reposition 'diversity and inclusion' as an executive leadership and organizational governance imperative."
Deepa Purushothaman, cofounder, nFormation; author, The First, the Few, the Only
"Painstakingly researched yet practical, and nuanced yet digestible, Leading Inclusion is a must-read for every leader eager to build a culture of respect, equity, inclusion, and belonging."
Gorick Ng, Wall Street Journal-bestselling author, The Unspoken Rules