How to Design Intersectional Equity into the Workplace
1. Auflage Juni 2022
256 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Design systemic equity and diversity into your organization
Inclusion, Inc: How to Design Intersectional Equity into the Workplace moves beyond having tough conversations to deliver an innovative and proven approach to organizational diversity. Eschewing the "mindset-first" approach taken by many diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs, author and GEN founder Sara Sanford focuses on countering the systemic barriers that abet inequity by adjusting "cultural levers" to facilitate organization-wide change.
Inclusion, Inc offers sustainable and cost-effective solutions that yield real, measurable returns, supported by:
* Data from thousands of surveys and interviews with executive-level changemakers.
* Case studies from GEN-certified organizations.
* Innovations drawn directly from the latest in behavioral economics and design-centered thinking.
Perfect for business leaders, human resources and DEI professionals, and scholars and students of business, Inclusion, Inc will also prove invaluable to underrepresented employees and their allies seeking real, evidence-based solutions to the dilemma they frequently face: assimilate, or leave.
Chapter 1: Beyond Good Intentions
Chapter 2: "But We've Always Done It This Way..."
Chapter 3: Why Should We Care?
Chapter 4: Shifting to a Systemic Perspective
Chapter 5: Inclusion at the Intersections
Summary of Part 1
Part 2: Adjusting Cultural Levers
Chapter 6: Help Wanted--Inclusive Recruiting
Chapter 7: The Best Person for the Job--Merit-Based Hiring
Chapter 8: It's Who You Know--Protégés and Professional Development
Chapter 9: Exceed Expectations--The Performance Evaluation
Chapter 10: The Physiology of Pay
Chapter 11 Family Matters
Chapter 12: Leadership Material
Chapter 13: Blueprints for Inclusive Workspaces
Summary of Part 2
Part 3: Zooming Back Out--The Big Picture
Chapter 14: AI Won't Save Us (Unless We Save It First)
Chapter 15: DEI Principles to Live By
Chapter 16: Hold the Door
Summary of Part 3
About the Author