Belonging at Work by Rhodes Perry
Everyday Actions You Can Take to Cultivate an Inclusive Organization
Belonging at Work empowers business leaders, change agents, visionaries, and those on their way to joining them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to build inclusive organizations. The personal stories, case studies, and practical strategies featured in the book offer everything you need to cultivate workplace cultures where all of your stakeholders can show up authentically and feel valued and respected for their contributions. Rhodes Perry’s visionary book serves as a blueprint for the future of work. His message inspires leaders at all levels within the organization to join the #BelongingMovement focused on positively impacting workplace cultures around the globe.
Belonging at Work helps you understand:
• What it means to belong.
• Why belonging matters to the future of work.
• How leaders can positively impact workplace culture.
• Where to find concrete strategies and connect with culture change thought leaders.
• Strategies to hold yourself accountable to be the change you want to see in the workplace.
Check out these articles and videos featuring Rhodes and his book!
Voices of LGBTQ Business Leaders Amplified Thanks to NYU Wagner Alum with NYU Wagner School of Public Service
After Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Comes…BELONGING! Two Perspectives with Total Engagement Consulting Blog
Belonging at Work Everyday Actions You Can Take to Build an Inclusive Organization by Nonprofit Association of Oregon
30 Years of Gender Studies at the University: Ways of Seeing and Changing the World with University of Notre Dame
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