Use Your Difference to Make a Difference
How to Connect and Communicate in a Cross-Cultural World
Become a better diversity and inclusion leader by learning to connect across differences.
Business leaders increasingly are appreciating the value of diversity to innovation, decision-making and bottom lines. Alas, cultural programming still gets in the way, even for well-intentioned leaders. Diversity consultant and brand strategist Tayo Rockson offers an inspiring set of tools to help leaders demolish internal and cultural barriers to change. Not for the fainthearted, Rockson pushes readers to confront their personal biases, act against injustice and reach across cultural divides. His brief read is packed with skills and authentic vision.
About the Author
Tayo Rockson is a diversity, inclusion and antiracism consultant. He heads the strategic leadership and consulting firm UYD Management.
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