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Say More About That

And Other Ways to Speak Up, Push Back, and Advocate for Yourself and Others

Cabral, Amber

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1. Auflage November 2022
240 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-83932-3
John Wiley & Sons

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Concrete strategies to call out wrongdoing at home, at work, at school, and elsewhere

In Say More About That, veteran inclusion strategist, coach, writer, and speaker Amber Cabral delivers an incisive and practical guide to assertively addressing inequitable treatment you see at home, work, school, and other settings. The book offers a complete communications toolkit for equity advocacy you can deploy on your own behalf and on behalf of others.

You'll get the tactics, context, and tools that make being brave and speaking up a lot easier. You'll also find:
* A thorough discussion of the fundamentals of inclusion and equity, including concepts of advocacy and allyship, privilege, and identity
* An examination of the social landscape that makes speaking up so daunting
* Explorations of the most effective language and tactics you can use when you make a stand for yourself or others

The perfect resource for underrepresented professionals, allies, advocates, and people seeking to make a positive difference in the world, Say More About That is the assertiveness manual you need if you've been meaning to speak up but are worried about being drowned out.

Foreword by Amanda Miller Littlejohn xv

Acknowledgments xxi

Introduction xxiii

PART I Getting Grounded in the Fundamentals 1

1 Identity 3

2 Inclusion 7

3 Bias 15

4 Feedback 19

5 Privilege 25

6 Allyship and Advocacy 31

7 Equity 33

PART II Understanding the Landscape 37

8 Overcoming the Most Common Obstacles 39

9 Why Is Pushing Back So Hard? 57

10 Critical Communication Tools 65

11 Performative Allyship and Advocacy 81

12 Pushing Back and Speaking Up -- A Pep Talk 91

PART III Language and Tactics 99

13 A Short Lesson on Boundaries and Staying Focused on the Goal 101

14 Avoid People-Pleasing and Resentment 107

15 Dealing with Professional Gaslighting 111

16 Saying No While Still Protecting Your Reputation 113

17 Intimidation: But What If They Know More Than I Do? 119

18 Power Imbalance: What If I Am Not the One with the Power? 123

19 Microaggressions: What If I Am Encountering a Microaggression? 127

20 Disrespected: What If Someone Is Blatantly Mistreating Me or Crossing a Line? 135

21 Underrepresented: What If I Am the Only One? 139

22 Dismissed: What If I Am Not Feeling Heard? 143

23 Medical Advocacy: When Feeling Intimidated, Dismissed, and Powerless Combine 147

24 Interrupted: What If I Keep Getting Talked Over? 155

25 Framework: How to Speak Up and Advocate for Yourself and Others 161

26 It's a Conversation, Not a Confrontation 169

27 Keeping the Temperature Down in Tough Discussions 175

28 Any Questions? 183

29 Be Good to Yourself 191

About the Author 193

Index 195
AMBER CABRAL is an inclusion strategist, certified coach, writer, and speaker who has been featured on television and in print and digital media. Formerly a Diversity Strategist at Walmart Stores, Inc., she is founder of Cabral Co., a diversity, equity, and inclusive leadership-focused consulting firm. She hosts the You Can Have Whatever You Want (r) podcast and regularly speaks and writes about inclusion, culture, equity, and social justice topics.