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Best Books to Help you Build an Inclusive Workplace

Posted by Suzanne Mclachlan 26/02/18





For World Book Day we have collated a list of books, which provide insight and guidance to help create genuinely inclusive workplaces 


The Value of Difference – Binna Kandola


Quiet The Power of Introverts- Susan Cain          


Thinking, Fast and slow- Daniel Kahneman


Blink – the power of thinking without thinking-Malcolm Gladwell


The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups - Daniel Coyle


So You've Been Publicly Shamed – Jon Ronson


Creating a Speak Up Culture  - Institute of Business Ethics


The No-Nonsense guide to Workplace Inclusion – Evelina Silveira & Jill Walters 


Inclusive Leadership: The Definitive Guide to Developing and Executing an Impactful Diversity and Inclusion Strategy: - Locally and Globally  - Charlotte Sweeney


Succeed as an Inclusive Leader -  Thais Compoint


The Chimp Paradox – Prof Steve Peters


Demystifying Diversity : A Handbook to Navigate Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Paperback -  Jiten Patel and Gamiel Yafai


Drive – Daniel Pink


    For more information on how we can help you build an inclusive working environment click here or see our Case Studies.

You may also be interested in our other Blogs on what gets in the way of building an Inclusive Workplace. Now is the time to stop bullying, Unaccceptable behaviour at work.

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Suzanne Mclachlan
Suzanne Mclachlan

I developed my organizational, logistical and administrative skills through managing the restaurant and events for a Large London Law firm and latterly by organising and managing events for a Local Care Home. My role at Focal Point is to ensure that support for our clients and trainers is smooth and seamless. When I am not working I like to go on trips out with my family and friends, I enjoy playing racquet sports and being creative with arts and crafts.

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