“There has been a lot of consideration given recently to the issues and concerns regarding diversity, inclusion, and systemic racism. We have become more sophisticated in our appreciation that diversity includes much more than race, nationality, gender, sexual preference, or expression. It includes such differences as thinking styles, communication, interaction styles, and much more,” wrote Jim Robinson, the Executive Director of The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (GW-CEPL).
His thought-provoking essay continues by exploring topics such as:
- What is True Diversity and What is Stopping Us from Achieving It?
- What Inclusion Looks Like in Practice
- 7 Action Steps You and Your Organization Can Commit To
Mr. Robinson is a senior executive and change leader with more than 25 years of experience in leading large-scale organization change, strategic human resources development, and organization effectiveness, consulting with corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
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