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Reimagine Inclusion

Debunking 13 Myths To Transform Your Workplace

Mallick, Mita


1. Auflage September 2023
288 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-394-17709-7
John Wiley & Sons

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Reimagining what inclusion can look like in our organizations starts with understanding why these 13 DEI myths are not true--with practical and effective strategies for implementing transformative inclusivity.

In Reimagine Inclusion, veteran DEI leader Mita Mallick debunks 13 myths that hold us back from transforming our workplaces. She delivers powerful storytelling combined with practical and hands on ways for us to be more inclusive leaders. She teaches us that when we show up as more inclusive leaders, we have the power to change our organizations, ultimately creating a ripple effect across our ecosystem. You'll learn:
* How to understand, confront, and mitigate your own biases as you commit to do the work that starts with yourself.
* How to coach future leaders and to be intentional about how you lead in your organization--both in public and behind closed doors.
* To become an active participant in building your workplace's culture.

Reimagine Inclusion walks you through how to: understand the leader's journey in your organization, interrupt bias at every key decision point, and transform your organization's systems, processes, and policies to improve inclusivity at every level. This is a must have resource for managers and executives, founders and CEOs. Reimagine Inclusion is for anyone with a stake in building more inclusive, empathetic and resilient organizations, where each and every one of us can thrive.

Introduction ix

Myth 1 Of Course I Support Black Lives Matter Why Are You Asking If I Have Any Black Friends? 1

Myth 2 I Always Allow Everyone to Speak in Meetings Of Course I Am an Inclusive Leader 17

Myth 3 It's Time to Have Some Courageous Conversations on Race Let's Ask Our Employees of Color to Lead Them 35

Myth 4 I'm All for Diverse Talent As Long as They Are Good 51

Myth 5 We Protect the A- holes Because Our Businesses Wouldn't Run Without Them 71

Myth 6 Why Are You Asking for a Raise? You and Your Husband Make More Than Enough Money 89

Myth 7 We Need More People of Color in Leadership Let's Launch a Mentorship Program! 105

Myth 8 Of Course We Support Women! We Just Extended Maternity Leave 123

Myth 9 These DEI Efforts Don't Benefit Me My Voice as a White Man Doesn't Count Anymore 141

Myth 10 No One Can Question Our Support of the LGBTQ+ Community Look at How Much Money We Invest in June Pride Month! We Aren't Diversity Washers 157

Myth 11 Our Ad Wasn't Racist It Was Simply a Mistake 175

Myth 12 We Aren't Apologizing People Need to Stop Being So Sensitive 195

Myth 13 We Can Work from Home Now The Future of Work Is Inclusive 211

Conclusion: Now That We Have Debunked 13 Myths, Here's What Comes Next 223

Notes 231

Acknowledgments 249

About the Author 251

Index 253
MITA MALLICK is??a corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses. She's a Chief Diversity Officer and highly sought-after speaker who has advised Fortune 100 companies and startups alike. She is a LinkedIn Top Voice, a contributor to Harvard Business Review, Adweek, Fast Company and Entrepreneur. Mallick holds a B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University and an M.B.A. from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two children.