Take an innovative approach to a climate of change within your workplace or organization with this guidebook on diversity and inclusion.
Author Maura G. Robinson, an authority on diversity and inclusion, has been helping companies create systemic process of change for more than twenty years. In the Inclusion Revolution Is Now, she explores as you can
- create an environment of inclusion where all employees are accountable for their behaviors, and able to work together to accomplish the organizational goals.
- recognize that civil diversity impedes systemic processes of change to occur. So diversity is viewed as an initiative or a program with no sustainability at the organizational level
- ensure employees willingly practice inclusion regardless of personal beliefs
While there is still racism, prejudice, sexism, and other exclusionist attitudes among people in the workplace, organizational leaders have the power and responsibility to mandate a climate of inclusion. Supporting diversity and inclusion is also a prerequisite for capitalizing on the ideas that diverse people can bring to your organization.
Most diversity practices used by organizations do not actually promote inclusion, and exclusion continues to exist. There’s a better way to achieve inclusion, and it starts with the Inclusion Revolution is Now.