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The Key to Inclusion

A Practical Guide to Diversity, Equity and Belonging for You, Your Team and Your Organization

Understand how to build a culture of belonging, embrace diversity and achieve real inclusion as an individual, a team and an organization with this practical guide.
EAN: 9781398606135
Edition: 1
Format: 234 x 156
296 pages

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About the book

Recognising the importance of diversity, belonging and equity is not enough. This book has the practical guidance needed to think differently and make true inclusion a reality.

Edited by Stephen Frost, a leading voice in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) space, this book is a must-have for all those who know that achieving inclusion at work is important but don't know where to start. It covers how to be more inclusive as an individual by changing your mindset and building your cultural intelligence as well as how to develop more inclusive teams by adapting management practice and environments whatever the size or structure of your business. The Key to Inclusion also provides tools, strategies and advice on inclusion at an organizational level through inclusive strategy, leadership, governance, data, systems and processes.

Supported by real-world examples, interviews and case studies from BBC, the UK National Health Service (NHS), AstraZeneca and LinkedIn, this book looks beyond inclusion in the present to examine inclusion in the future and particularly in tech, financial services and TV. With chapters from a diverse group of expert voices, this book is crucial reading for all HR professionals and business leaders who are looking to deliver true inclusion as individuals, in their teams, in their organizations and communities.

About the authors

Stephen Frost is the CEO and Founder of Included, a global impact-led diversity and inclusion consultancy. He works with clients around the world to embed inclusion into their decision making. Based in London, UK he teaches at various business schools and was formerly Head of Diversity and Inclusion for the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. He is also the author of The Inclusion Imperative, co-author of Inclusive Talent Management and Building an Inclusive Organization (all published by Kogan Page).
  • The book is packed with rational and practical guidance, examples and case studies. It challenges the thinking around DEI and demonstrates not only the obvious of putting inclusion at the core of organizational purpose and strategy, but argues one step further - thinking of inclusion as the strategy. Perhaps we do that and all the rest we are after comes as a result. The book delivers new and refreshing ideas, bringing in nicely the Industry 4.0 and future of work perspectives, to provide the reader with a plethora of ideas and practical tools to unlock talent and teams potential. A fantastic read and highly recommended for people who are in a position to look after other people - all of us.
  • Traian Ivanov, Multinational professional services firm

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