In today’s polarized society global organizations can no longer pursue Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs quietly on the sidelines at their own pace.  Instead, leaders are being pressed to be agents of transformational change. But leading DEI in global organizations is complex and fraught with challenges.  Many organizations try exporting their successful single country DEI initiatives globally – only to find their single-culture worldview inadequate for and insensitive to the unique local contexts where change actually happens.  
 
This book is a leader’s guide for how to go about the hard, but fruitful, work of change on a global scale.
 
Rohini Anand shows, through stories of real leaders and their organizations, how to find the sturdy middle ground of honoring local cultures while advancing lasting, progressive change and advancing social justice.  
 
This book is the first of its kind to tackle the topic of global DEI from a leader and practitioner perspective. It explores five drivers of successful global DEI:
·       Make it Local: advancing a global strategy that supports local variation
·      Transformative leadership: undergoing personal transformation to lead inclusively
·      Competitive advantage:articulating the impetus for changing the culture
·      Integrated strategy: engaging the interdependencies in the ecosystem
·      Metrics and accountability: establishing clear outcomes and holding leaders accountable for them
 
The result is a practical narrative for successfully leading global diversity, equity, and inclusion for better organizations and a better world.

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Scaling Diversity and Inclusion Globally
Global Diversity and Inclusion
Local Change, Global Transformation
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Global Handbook
Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Leading Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Leading Global Diversity and Inclusion

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Strategies and Practices for Successful Change
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Leading Change in a Complex World
Leading Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in a Complex World
5 Drivers of Successful Change
How to Lead Change in a Complex World

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