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An accessible, user-friendly guide for creating and sustaining diversity and inclusivity in the workplace It is now known that diverse teams are stronger, smarter and more profitable--and many companies, both profit and nonprofit, embrace the idea that diversity is an asset. While companies are hiring more diverse teams, most struggle to maximize their potential and sustain them. As clinical psychologists, as well as individuals with marginalized identities, Dr. Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Wadsworth present specific, tangible, and learnable skills for maintaining diversity and creating lasting…mehr

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An accessible, user-friendly guide for creating and sustaining diversity and inclusivity in the workplace It is now known that diverse teams are stronger, smarter and more profitable--and many companies, both profit and nonprofit, embrace the idea that diversity is an asset. While companies are hiring more diverse teams, most struggle to maximize their potential and sustain them. As clinical psychologists, as well as individuals with marginalized identities, Dr. Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Wadsworth present specific, tangible, and learnable skills for maintaining diversity and creating lasting inclusivity in the workplace. The authors explain that employees with marginalized identities often shoulder additional and invisible burdens which can lead to conflict and burnout. They highlight the emotional and physical impact of marginalization and how that leads to a decrease in employee engagement and often job turnover. Offering real-life accounts that illustrate common workplace occurrences, and answers to questions like, "How do I handle diversity landmines at work?" and, "What can I do when I've made a mistake?" the authors break downs ways that organizations can improve their cultural competence and become more equitable. This guide will be invaluable both for employees who come from underrepresented communities and identities, as well as for leaders of companies, supervisors, HR departments, and for those who want to understand and support diversity/equity/inclusion practices.

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  • Verlag: Beacon Press
  • Seitenzahl: 224
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Juni 2021
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780807035894
  • Artikelnr.: 60327811
Autorenporträt
Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker is a clinical psychologist and Harvard Medical School professor committed to achieving multicultural excellence in organizations. As founding director of McLean Hospital's College Mental Health Program, she has consulted with numerous institutions on diversity and inclusion. She is also the cofounder of Twin Stars Diversity Trainers, a consultation company offering diversity and identity-related trainings for organizations. Dr. Pinder-Amaker currently serves as the McLean Hospital-Harvard Medical School's chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer. Dr. Lauren Wadsworth is a clinical psychologist passionate about furthering diversity and inclusion efforts. She serves as a senior advisor on the Anti-Racist, Justice, and Health Equity team at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School. She is the founder and director of the Genesee Valley Psychology (GVP), a clinic providing evidence-based treatment to the Rochester, NY, area and specializing in OCD, trauma, DBT, and a newly launched Racial Trauma and Healing center. She is also the cofounder of Twin Stars Diversity Trainers, a consultation company offering diversity and identity-related trainings for organizations and leadership. Finally, she is a clinical senior instructor in psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Inhaltsangabe
Authors Note

CHAPTER 1
Inclusive Teams Are Better Teams

CHAPTER 2
What s in a Name?

CHAPTER 3
Pioneerism : The Good, the Bad, and the Painful

CHAPTER 4
Becoming Experts

CHAPTER 5
This Work Is Not Linear

CHAPTER 6
Moving Through the Freeze

CHAPTER 7
When You ve Messed Up

CHAPTER 8
Leading by Empowering Listening

CHAPTER 9
Staying Safe: Swimming in the School

CHAPTER 10
Responding to Identity-Related Aggressions (IRAs)

CHAPTER 11
Build the Horse Before Presenting the Cart

CHAPTER 12
Sustaining Yourself

CHAPTER 13
Anti-Racism in the Workplace

CHAPTER 14
Follow the Data to the Future

Glossary and a Few Tips to Go
Acknowledgments
Notes
Reading Guide
Index
Rezensionen
In the evolving realm of DEI titles, Pinder-Amaker and Wadsworth have provided a next-level standout, guiding all manner of organizations in establishing a sustainable, inclusive culture. With authority and authenticity, the authors provide practical, concise direction illuminating the pitfalls and opportunities faced by anyone engaging in this difficult work.
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Excels in providing constructive, tactical ways of creating workplace cultures that are more inclusive.
Charter

It s happening. Increasingly, employees, business leaders, and managers want to bring their whole self to work, and more organizations are starting the tough conversations necessary to give everyone the opportunity for success. But it takes know-how to forge a smart path forward, and there are consequences for getting this wrong. Did That Just Happen?! is the step-by-step guide for leaders committed to getting diversity and inclusion right.
Deb Elam, CEO, DEI thought leader, and former president and chief DEI officer, GE Foundation

Successful leaders understand that culture really is everything. On winning teams, nobody stands on the sidelines; every team member is valued, empowered, and contributes toward shared goals. But you don t leave this to chance. Did That Just Happen?! is a game plan for leaders looking to create a culture built for the long term and built for success.
Mike Krzyzewski, head basketball coach, Duke University

Finally! In this era of corporate pledges of commitment to diversity, a detailed and accessible blueprint for establishing and sustaining diversity in the workplace. The authors use case studies to demonstrate how and why organizations even with the best intentions so often miss their diversity goals. This is imperative reading for all workplace personnel irrespective of position, executives and staff alike.
Harry Edwards, PhD, professor emeritus of sociology, University of California, Berkeley

The term diversity has become the it word. Unfortunately, it s kind of like the word spirituality. Many love to profess, but fewer are willing to commit to a sincere practice. Did That Just Happen?! helps us move beyond lip service with the practical skills and insights to foster cultures of inclusive excellence. So, if you re ready to move your business, faith community, or school beyond milquetoast homogeneity and mediocre productivity, buy this book!
Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton, dean of the School of Divinity and Wait Chapel, Wake Forest University

An essential road map for moving from diversity as a hollow corporate initiative to building vital, resilient organizations that are inclusive at their core. Filled with real-world anecdotes that resonate and with skills and practices that leaders can deploy immediately.
Rich Paret, entrepreneur and tech executive, former senior engineering director, Google, and VP of engineering, Twitter
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