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Joe Gerstandt Pushes the Reset Button (and probably some others)

At our 2011 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Conference, Joe Gerstandt kicked off the second day with a lively plenary session titled "What Diversity and Inclusion Mean Today." In the program, he challenged participants to reset the diversity and inclusion conversation in their organizations and encouraged them to recommit to this body of work at this very critical time.

Joe's message was simultaneously simple and complex, as he painted a broad view of what makes us "different" and challenged audience preconceptions about how we define and approach diversity in the workplace.

Watch a brief message from Joe and then check out some additional resources, below.

Additional Resources

From Joe's Blog:

Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work-prologue
The Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work (part 1) Social Media
The Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work (part 2) Human Nature
The Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work (part 3) Conflict
The Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work (part 4) New Way of Work
The Future of Diversity and Inclusion Work (part 5) New Way of Leadership
Toward a general theory of Diversity and Inclusion…

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This page contains a single entry by Dr. David Ballard published on November 9, 2011 6:45 PM.

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