Conscious Inclusion: How to ‘do’ EDI, one decision at a time

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The way to ‘do’ EDI…

Until you’re consciously together with folks, you’re virtually actually unconsciously excluding folks. Uncover 99 selections and 5 easy habits for creating extra inclusive organisations, in and out.

Relatively than top-down change initiatives involving big groups, Catherine Garrod advocates for combining ability and can to information folks of their on a regular basis considering. Then growing reporting to create social accountability and observe departmental progress.

When each voice is heard, each individual is empowered and all people takes motion, the outcomes are extraordinary.

That is the ‘learn how to’ guide of EDI*.

Catherine led Sky to grow to be essentially the most inclusive employer within the UK, with 80% of groups rising their range. Now because the Founding father of Compelling Tradition she blends the facility of listening and knowledge to remodel the organisations she works with, collaborating with leaders and their groups to outline the sensible actions they’ll implement in the present day, tomorrow and the day after.

…one determination at a time.

*Fairness, Range, Inclusion

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  1. L J Trotter

    Absolutely brilliant book and even as a seasoned HR professional it provided me with plenty to think about. Easy to read and most importantly packed with practical & implementable ideas, whether your organisation is just starting its journey to be more inclusive or whether you are looking to improve on existing practices. If you are passionate about ensuring EDI in your workplace is truly authentic and action-based rather than just a having policy and a training course, I would thoroughly recommend this book as a “go to guide”.

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  2. Sam Cooke

    Exactly what I needed to support some EDI training for my team. It’s eye opening but easy to digest.

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  3. Amanda Downs

    The world needs to accelerate on inclusion, nobody is arguing with that one, but how does a leadership team embed equity and inclusion into its DNA?What are the small things, big things and controversial things, as we strive to enable our colleagues to shine and belong?This book shares a personal story, a learning journey and is a call to action for every leader and my new ‘go to’ recommendation.

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  4. L. Ryan

    I love this book and have already gifted it to a number of other people. If you are interested in building equality and inclusion into your workplace and you’re not sure where to start, or what more to do, then this is your book. Some of the book might feel like ‘common sense’, but I still don’t see many businesses applying this sense, so here is where to get started!

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  5. Lukr

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     I love the way this book is written. It’s designed to be helpful. A guide you can turn to for specific advice on the tasks you’re faced with, which means this book is my go to when I’m ‘doing’ EDI.

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  6. Nicky Keen

    Am loving this book. It is easy to read, easy to reference and has loads of practical tips. So whether you want to read or listen to it, I’d suggest it’s essential for anyone whose ready to make a positive inclusive difference at work or just in life.

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  7. Viki Bryant

    Fantastic book, I love Catherine’s writing style and how practical and pragmatic this is. For someone who is new to this area of work this is a fantastic ‘how to’ book and it has really given me confidence to take action in this area 🙂

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  8. Leanne

    As a consultant to small business leaders this book is absolute gold. Practical, reader friendly, engaging. It makes a complex topic and tricky conversation accessible. The author shares real world examples and personal experience that brings each and every decision to life. And the downloadable workbook is a gift!Love. Highly recommend. Go buy it. Now.

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  9. L. Ryan

    I love this book and have already gifted it to a number of other people. If you are interested in building equality and inclusion into your workplace and you’re not sure where to start, or what more to do, then this is your book. Some of the book might feel like ‘common sense’, but I still don’t see many businesses applying this sense, so here is where to get started!

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  10. Tilli

    Too much generic detail, most cannot even be applied to already existing organisations. It would be great for someone starting a new business, but doesn’t really give any new ideas or ways on really embedding inclusion for people who should be following the company policies.

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  11. Leanne

    As a consultant to small business leaders this book is absolute gold. Practical, reader friendly, engaging. It makes a complex topic and tricky conversation accessible. The author shares real world examples and personal experience that brings each and every decision to life. And the downloadable workbook is a gift!Love. Highly recommend. Go buy it. Now.

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  12. Viki Bryant

    Fantastic book, I love Catherine’s writing style and how practical and pragmatic this is. For someone who is new to this area of work this is a fantastic ‘how to’ book and it has really given me confidence to take action in this area 🙂

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  13. Mick Gillick MBE

    A refreshingly clear analysis of the issues facing leaders & managers trying to create an Inclusive Culture and not knowing where to start.

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  14. Darren Towers

    This is a cracking read – a bit like joining in a conversation about all the practical things you can do in the workplace right away to make a positive difference. It’s honest, authentic, practical and makes a vast subject feel manageable whether you’re starting your inclusion journey or you’ve been going for a while. Love the approach, the wisdom and how relevant and relatable this is. Highly recommended!

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  15. miss r

    This book is so smooth and grounding to read – it feels like you level up with each chapter. Thank for creating much needed awareness in an easy to digest way. The digital work book is a brilliant feature too!

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  16. K Jones

    I absolutely love this book. It makes the complex subject of EDI far less overwhelming and is structured in a way that is easy to follow at your own pace. Most importantly, it actually helps you understand HOW to get started and continue to evolve your approach. It’s been my go-to guide in designing an EDI strategy, keeping me focussed on the decisions and actions that will have the most impact. It’s also super helpful in providing practical advice on how to engage others and create accountability. I expect I will be continuing to refer back to it for years to come!

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  17. Amanda Downs

    The world needs to accelerate on inclusion, nobody is arguing with that one, but how does a leadership team embed equity and inclusion into its DNA?What are the small things, big things and controversial things, as we strive to enable our colleagues to shine and belong?This book shares a personal story, a learning journey and is a call to action for every leader and my new ‘go to’ recommendation.

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  18. L J Trotter

    Absolutely brilliant book and even as a seasoned HR professional it provided me with plenty to think about. Easy to read and most importantly packed with practical & implementable ideas, whether your organisation is just starting its journey to be more inclusive or whether you are looking to improve on existing practices. If you are passionate about ensuring EDI in your workplace is truly authentic and action-based rather than just a having policy and a training course, I would thoroughly recommend this book as a “go to guide”.

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  19. Lukr

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     I love the way this book is written. It’s designed to be helpful. A guide you can turn to for specific advice on the tasks you’re faced with, which means this book is my go to when I’m ‘doing’ EDI.

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  20. K Jones

    I absolutely love this book. It makes the complex subject of EDI far less overwhelming and is structured in a way that is easy to follow at your own pace. Most importantly, it actually helps you understand HOW to get started and continue to evolve your approach. It’s been my go-to guide in designing an EDI strategy, keeping me focussed on the decisions and actions that will have the most impact. It’s also super helpful in providing practical advice on how to engage others and create accountability. I expect I will be continuing to refer back to it for years to come!

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  21. Anna Davies

    Really instils belief that we can all make a huge difference in the quest for inclusion. Very practical read, packed full of ideas to apply in business and everyday life.

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  22. miss r

    This book is so smooth and grounding to read – it feels like you level up with each chapter. Thank for creating much needed awareness in an easy to digest way. The digital work book is a brilliant feature too!

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  23. Nicky Keen

    Am loving this book. It is easy to read, easy to reference and has loads of practical tips. So whether you want to read or listen to it, I’d suggest it’s essential for anyone whose ready to make a positive inclusive difference at work or just in life.

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  24. Sam Cooke

    Exactly what I needed to support some EDI training for my team. It’s eye opening but easy to digest.

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  25. L Bethell

    Very practical, loads of tips!

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