|Livers, Ancella / Caver, Keith|
Leading in Black and White
Working Across the Racial Divide in Corporate America
J-B CCL (Center for Creative Leadership)
2002. 256 Seiten, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-7879-5724-7 - John Wiley & Sons
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"A readable and valuable discussion of important issues." (Long Range Planning, no. 38, 2005)"The groundbreaking research and the strategies in this book will lead the serious manager to the promised land of sensible, workable techniques of 'getting to know you.' This bible of workplace race relations for leaders makes Livers and Caver the prophets of doable diversity."
-- Maynard H. Jackson, chairman, Jackson Securities Inc., and Atlanta mayor emeritus
"This book is must-reading for black professionals and managers who are looking for a road map to breaking through in corporate America. Livers and Caver confront the real challenges that African Americans face in corporate America in a manner that educates and inspires them to see the real possibilities for achieving their goals."
-- David A. Thomas, Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, and author of Breaking Through: The Making of Minority Executives in Corporate America
"Useful insights for both individuals and companies wishing to develop diverse leadership. The principles extend well beyond racial diversity with broad applicability to global issues of diversity."
-- Thomas C. Knudson, senior vice president, human resources, information management and corporate communications, Conoco, Inc.
"Leading in Black and White provides a unique inside view to the realities experienced by minority leaders in today's workplace. Executives, HR professionals, and business leaders will benefit from the clear focus on issues and the proposed actions."
-- Judy Burke, vice president, human resources and organizational development, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines
"Valuable and sound practical advice for individuals and organizational leaders on how to close the racial divide in Corporate America."
-- Stella M. Nkomo, Bateman Distinguished Professor of Business Leadership, University of South Africa, and co-author of Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Professional Identity