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Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and the Workplace

Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and the Workplace - Shelton J. Goode

Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and the Workplace


To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

-Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

-New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

-Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

-Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

-How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

-Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

-How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.


To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

- Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

- New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

- Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

- Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

- How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

- Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

- How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.


To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

- Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

- New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

- Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

- Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

- How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

- Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

- How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.

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To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

-Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

-New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

-Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

-Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

-How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

-Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

-How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.


To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

- Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

- New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

- Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

- Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

- How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

- Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

- How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.


To thrive on the other side of the pandemic, companies will need diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that are strategic and proactive, with unlimited vision, part of overall organizational culture. Unfortunately, previous approaches to diversity equity, inclusion haven't been successful ― women, people of color, and workers from other underrepresented groups experience bias every day at work even though their organizations have diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in place. So what should organizations do?

In Beyond Inclusion: Reimagining the Future of Work, Workers, and The Workplace, Dr. Shelton Goode examines the continually evolving diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges that organizations will face following the global COVID-19 pandemic. He peeks into his crystal ball and provides leaders with the tips, tools, and resources they will need to create and sustain a workplace where employees feel safe, respected, and valued. Dr. Goode provides practical and budget-friendly advice on reimagining work and the workplace so that employees are comfortable, confident, and competent in expressing themselves while being productive.

In an engaging, conversational style, Dr. Goode offers coaches how to think differently about work, workers, and the workplace to achieve a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

In this enlightening new book, you'll discover:

- Why many diversity, equity, and inclusion programs haven't worked and what you can do differently

- New ways to think about work, workers, and the workplace and how you can put people first and still achieve a sustainable profit

- Strategies to reduce bias in solving problems, making decisions, resolving conflicts, and communicating critical information

- Methods for managing a diverse work team and creating an inclusive workplace

- How to engage in courageous conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion issues

- Ways to reduce organizational biases by ensuring your company's values and culture match its diversity, equity, and inclusion aspirations.

- How the best companies are leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion for their competitive advantage

Dr. Shelton Goode provides real-world case studies, diversity practitioner interviews, and cutting-edge research that identifies the stages of preparation, implementation, and "self-work" necessary to help organizations build a sustainable where it's not about counting people but making sure people count. He offers CEOs and their Board of Directors a prescription ̶ a remedy for their company to thrive in a post-pandemic world: listen to learn, open your eyes, move beyond lip service, make room for controversy and conflict, invite new perspectives, and deal with the truth.

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