Results for Racism in the workplace.
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658.3 F
Edition
First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition.
Descript.
xi, 278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Preface -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Identity bias. Explore identity ; Understand the neuroscience ; Recognize the bias traps ; Embrace mindfulness -- Cultivate connection. Focus on belonging ; Deploy curiosity and empathy ; Tap into the power of networks ; Navigate difficult conversations -- Choose courage. What is courage? ; Courage to identify ; Courage to cope ; Courage to be an ally ; Courage to be an advocate -- Apply across the talent lifecycle. Getting hired ; Contributing and engaging ; Moving up -- Conclusion.
Summary
"Unconscious bias affects everyone. It can look like the disappointment of an HR professional when a candidate for a new position asks about maternity leave. It can look like preferring the application of an Ivy League graduate over one from a state school. It can look like assuming a man is more entitled to speak in a meeting than his female junior colleague. Meant for every manager who wants to understand and move past their own preconceived ideas, this book explains that bias is the result of mental shortcuts and our likes and dislikes, and is a natural part of the human condition. And what we assume about each other and how we interact with one another has vast effects on our organizational success, especially in the workplace. Teaching you how to overcome unconscious bias, this book provides more than thirty unique tools, such as a prep worksheet and a list of ways to reframe your unconscious thoughts."-- provided by publisher.
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Chow, Anne (CEO of AT&T Business)
Murphy, Mark W.
Franklin Covey (Firm)
ISBN/ISSN
9781982144319 (hardcover)
1982144319 (hardcover)
Call #
305.8 W
Edition
First edition.
Descript.
176 pages ; 19 cm
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"Originally published as Anti-Racist Ally in Great Britain in 2020 by HQ, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd"--Title page verso.
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 174-176).
Contents
Introduction --Discussion of terms --Not being racist is not enough --Become an anti-racist ally --Let's talk about intersectionality --What does racism look like now? --Allyship anxieties --Start with yourself --Become an ally in your social circle --Become an ally in your workplace --Become an ally at home and in your communities --Become an economic ally --Keep up the momentum.
Summary
"As the tragic murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement has demonstrated, not being racist is not enough. To fulfill the American ideal, to ensure that all people are equal, you must be actively anti-racist. In this essential guide, Sophie Williams, goes beyond her popular Instagram @officialmillennialblack, providing sharp, simple, and insightful steps anyone can take to be a better ally in the fight against racism. While the book's focus is on race, it also touches on sexism, classism, ableism, oppression, and white supremacy. Written in her iconic Instagram style, this pocket-sized guide is a crucial starting point for every anti-racist ally, covering complex topics at the heart of anti-racist principles. Whether you are just finding your voice, have made a start but aren't sure what to do next, or want a fresh viewpoint, Anti-Racist Ally introduces and explains the language of change and shows you how to challenge the system, beginning with yourself. Sophie reminds you that this is a learning process, which means facing difficult truths, becoming uncomfortable, and working through the embarrassment and discomfort. The fight for justice isn't easy there aren't any shortcuts or quick wins. But together, anti-racist allies can use their power to truly change the world and lives"--publisher website.
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ISBN/ISSN
9780063081352 (pbk.)
0063081350 (pbk.)
Call #
305.800973 R
Edition
First edition.
Descript.
230 pages ; 19 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-230).
Summary
"In A Letter to My White Male Friends, Dax-Devlon Ross speaks directly to the millions of middle-aged white men who are suddenly awakening to race and racism. Finally, white men are realizing that simply not being racist isn't enough to end racism. These men want deeper insight not only into how racism has harmed black people, but, for the first time, into how it has harmed them. They are beginning to see that racism warps us all. A Letter to My White Male Friends promises to help the millions of white men who have said they are committed to change and develop the capacity to see, feel and sustain that commitment so they can help secure racial justice for us all. In part 1, Dax-Devlon Ross helps readers understand what it meant to be America's first generation raised after the civil rights era. He explains how we were all educated with colorblind narratives and symbols that typically, albeit implicitly, privileged whiteness and denigrated blackness. He provides the context and color of his own experiences in white schools so that white men can revisit moments in their lives where racism was in the room even when they didn't see it enter. In part 2, Ross shows how learning to see the harm that racism did to him, and forgiving himself, gave him the empathy to see the harm it does to white people as well. In part 3, he offers white men direction so that they can take just action in their workplace, community, family, and, most importantly, in themselves, especially in the future when race is no longer in the spotlight"-- Provided by publisher.
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ISBN/ISSN
9781250276834 (hardcover)
1250276837 (hardcover)
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