The First-Time Manager: DEI: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • 6h 36m 1s
  • Alida Miranda-Wolff
  • HarperCollins Leadership
  • 2024

The essential resource for new managers who want to foster a safe, inclusive, and productive space for their teams.

Being an inclusive manager boils down to finding ways to balance power and love day-to-day. When do we prioritize the needs of an individual employee over that of the whole team? When do we hold firm that what the team needs is more important than what the individual wants? How do we ensure that we uphold one person’s boundaries without compromising another’s? How do we live up to the promises we make to ourselves and to each other, all while driving results and hitting our earnings targets?

Alida Miranda-Wolff has worked with hundreds of organizations to help them create cultures of belonging and successful DEI initiatives, which means she knows the common pitfalls to avoid and action items required to make DEI work. In this practical guide, she shares both the mindset and actions required for new managers to build inclusive teams. This one-of-a-kind guide will:

  • Help you define your inclusive management style.
  • Provide practical guidance on how to create a healthy culture on your teams through equitable practices.
  • Teach you the basics of inclusive language.
  • Offer guidance on how to give and receive feedback.
  • Help you manage identity-based conflict.

About the Author

Alida Miranda-Wolff is a diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) practitioner committed to teaching love and cultivating belonging. She is an Amazon-bestselling author of two books with HarperCollins Leadership, Cultures of Belonging: Building Inclusive Organizations That Last (February 2022) and The First-Time Manager: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (May 2024). She is the founder and CEO of Ethos, a full-service DEIB and employee advocacy firm, which serves hundreds of clients across the world. She hosts Care Work with Alida Miranda-Wolff, a podcast about what it means to offer care for a living.

In this Audiobook

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - Good Managers
  • Chapter 2 - Equitable and Inclusive Managers
  • Chapter 3 - Management Versus Leadership
  • Chapter 4 - The Seven Habits of Highly Inclusive Managers
  • Chapter 5 - The Stages of Management
  • Chapter 6 - Understanding Your Power
  • Chapter 7 - Setting Healthy Boundaries
  • Chapter 8 - How Not to Manage
  • Chapter 9 - Developing Your Management Style
  • Chapter 10 - The Problem of Workplace Loneliness
  • Chapter 11 - What Is Belonging?
  • Chapter 12 - Pay Equity
  • Chapter 13 - Navigating Different Environments
  • Chapter 14 - Equitable Goal Setting
  • Chapter 15 - The Social Identities
  • Chapter 16 - Inclusive Language Best Practices
  • Chapter 17 - The Social Identity Types
  • Chapter 18 - Why Is Giving Feedback Hard?
  • Chapter 19 - Who Gets Feedback?
  • Chapter 20 - Giving Feedback
  • Chapter 21 - Receiving Feedback
  • Chapter 22 - Meeting People Where They Are
  • Chapter 23 - Managing Your Emotions
  • Chapter 24 - Dealing with Unwanted Emotions
  • Chapter 25 - Navigating Conflict with Compassionate Conversations
  • Chapter 26 - Different Types of Conflict
  • Chapter 27 - Work Mix and Delegation
  • Chapter 28 - Stress
  • Chapter 29 - Advancement and Allyship
  • Conclusion
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