The Inclusive Leader: Taking Intentional Action for Justice and Equity
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What is inclusive leadership? How can you take practical steps to pursue justice and equity in your practice and in organizations in which you have a leadership role?
The Inclusive Leader provides a pathway for leaders to effect change through reflecting on and grappling with unconscious and implicit biases, encouraging honest discussions, and taking action to change organizational behavior for the better. It provides a practical framework for building the essential leadership competencies rooted in the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Competence in these areas manifests in healthy workplace relations, peak optimized performance, positive morale, and the betterment of society. Dr. Tyner’s Leadership Framework for Action™ provides four stages of learning:
- Intrapersonal (engaging in self-discovery)
- Interpersonal (building an authentic relationship with others)
- Organizational (establishing strategic outcomes and promoting equity)
- Societal (developing sustainable, durable solutions)
As you embark on a learning journey within each of these stages, you are making a commitment to serve as a leader who will make a difference in the world. This book will give you the tools to reimagine yourself as an innovator, builder, and change agent.
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