The Anti-Racist Organization: Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Workplace
- 3h 49m
- Shereen Daniels
- John Wiley & Sons (US)
Tackle systemic racism in the workplace with practical strategies
In The Anti-Racist Organization: Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Workplace, HR strategist Shereen Daniels delivers an incisive and honest discussion of how business leaders can change workplace practices to create a more anti-racist and equitable environment. The author draws on her personal and client-facing experience, historical fact, legal proceedings, HR insights, and quantitative analysis to equip readers with the knowledge and tools they need to transform their companies.
Daniels also looks at:
- The role of executive leaders and how to push past discomfort to credibly and authentically lead change
- Strategies for recognising the problem of systemic racism and implementing impactful solutions
- Why it’s important to empower colleagues to be pioneers of change and how to do that
- Explanations of why diversity and inclusion initiatives haven’t yet solved the problem
- Ways language can either be a weapon to perpetuate systemic racism or a tool to dismantle
An indispensable exploration of how systemic racism is engrained into business structures, policies, and procedures, The Anti-Racist Organization: Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Workplace belongs in the libraries of all business leaders seeking to make their workplace more inclusive and equitable.
About the Author
SHEREEN DANIELS is Chair of the African Diaspora Economic Inclusion Foundation and Managing Director of HR rewired. She plays an integral role in lobbying for and supporting the business activity of Black female entrepreneurs and is a sought-after speaker and advisor on a wide range of business and people-related topics.
In this Book
Entering the Global Race for Racial Equality
Moving Beyond Conversations
Starting from Where You Stand
The Four‐Factor RACE Model
A Sustainable Future Needs Equity at the Heart
Where Do We Go from Here?