Diversity Pocketbook

Linbert Spencer

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Linbert Spencer, author of The Diversity Pocketbook, believes firmly that combating discrimination, promoting equal opportunity and valuing the differences in individuals is morally, socially and economically advantageous. It adds value to an organisation – by making it more attractive to investors, would-be employees and customers – and improves output, both quality and quantity. The Diversity Pocketbook is for everyone with responsibility for directing, managing, supervising or influencing others within an organisation. It describes how to: formulate a strategy that values diversity; implement such a strategy; recruit and train a more diverse workforce (the 5D’s – desire, definition, decision, determination and discipline); and set personal diversity and equality objectives. The appointment of a ‘diversity champion’ and dealing with grievances are also dealt with.

Product Details

Author

Linbert Spencer

Format

ebook

Publication Date

2004

eBook ISBN

9781907077777

Endorsements

“I would recommend the pocketbook to managers who want to understand the whole range of issues around what is meant by diversity and what is best practice. It is clear, brief, mercifully free of jargon and helps the manager take practical steps to implement best practice in their own organisation.”
Barbara M Stephens OBE

“A great overview, packed with ideas and practical suggestions. At its heart is the idea that everyone is unique and should be treated as such – something that 99 out of 100 organisations need to do more of. Highly recommended.”
Andrew Strivens, Chief Operating Officer, Weil Gotshal & Manges

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