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Reimagining what inclusion can appear like in our organizations begins with understanding why these 13 DEI myths are usually not true—with sensible and efficient methods for implementing transformative inclusivity.

In Reimagine Inclusion, veteran DEI chief Mita Mallick debunks 13 myths that maintain us again from remodeling our workplaces. She delivers highly effective storytelling mixed with sensible and palms on methods for us to be extra inclusive leaders. She teaches us that after we present up as extra inclusive leaders, we’ve got the facility to alter our organizations, in the end making a ripple impact throughout our ecosystem. You’ll be taught:

  • perceive, confront, and mitigate your individual biases as you decide to do the work that begins with your self.
  • coach future leaders and to be intentional about the way you lead in your group—each in public and behind closed doorways.
  • To grow to be an energetic participant in constructing your office’s tradition.


Reimagine Inclusion
walks you thru : perceive the chief’s journey in your group, interrupt bias at each key determination level, and remodel your group’s techniques, processes, and insurance policies to enhance inclusivity at each stage. This can be a will need to have useful resource for managers and executives, founders and CEOs. Reimagine Inclusion is for anybody with a stake in constructing extra inclusive, empathetic and resilient organizations, the place every one among us can thrive.

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  1. Wendy

    Mita’s book answers all those questions and thoughts you might have about diversity, equity and inclusion that you’re too afraid to say aloud and not sure you should be thinking. I couldn’t put it down. It’ll make you a better leader and a better person.

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  2. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    Get this book! Mita Mallick is a true storyteller. This book is so insightful and provides a plethora of tips that can help one become a more inclusive colleague, leader, and friend. The book is well written and the format lends itself to personal reflection and ways to grow in your pursuit of inclusion. It was a quick read and I could not put my highlighter down. There are so many valuable nuggets in this book.Some key takeaways for me are as follows:1. Build and invest in cross-cultural relationships (continual investment will drive deeper understanding).2. 3 Pillars to becoming a more inclusive leader (Access, Amplify, and Advocate)3. Becoming a more inclusive leader is a continuous journey.4. Inclusive leaders stand up for what is right and an inclusive culture cannot survive without them. This means taking action against what you absolutely will not tolerate.5. People of color need more sponsors instead of more mentors.6. Always ask what support someone wants or needs, no group of people are monolithic.7. Take accountability as a leader when you create harm, apologize, and educate yourself as to why your behavior was harmful.8. Stay committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.Thank you Mita and I look forward to future books, articles, and musings.

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  3. AshleyAshley

    Does the title of this chapter stop you in your tracks?Mita Mallick’s new book “Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths to Transform Your Workplace,” is a non-fiction page-turner.Mita’s writing is a fiery blend of personal anecdotes, cutting-edge research and contemporary references that grab you by the collar and refuse to let go. In a world where so many voices purport to address the scorching topic of inclusion, Mita’s words don’t just scratch the surface; they sear through the misconceptions like a blowtorch.This should be required reading for every single leader in the business world. Mita doesn’t just diagnose the problem; she prescribes practical solutions. Her insights on setting up Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for success are groundbreaking. I’ve never encountered an organization implementing these strategies the way Mita outlines, but her blueprint is so ingenious it should be the standard in workplaces worldwide.One of the standout gems in this book is Mita’s guidance on identifying and eradicating biased language when evaluating performance.Her perspective on dismantling performance review processes is revolutionary. She prescribes tactical treatment for the very broken state of performance reviews. Get ready to take notes.Her insights will revolutionize the way we nurture talent within organizations, igniting careers with the intensity of a well-aimed chili pepper.RUN to purchase this spicy, no-holds-barred guide to reshaping our workplaces for the better. Mita Mallick’s words are a call to action, a rallying cry for a future where inclusion isn’t just a buzzword. If you’re ready to confront the status quo and ignite meaningful change in your workplace, this is your book. Grab it, read it and let the flames of transformation burn bright.

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  4. BRH

    Highly recommend this new DEIB book for any HR Leader or senior leaders across your organization. I am immediately making important changes to our org’s people programs and DEI efforts after having read just two chapters. Shifting from mentorship to sponsorship, and not putting the responsibility of driving race related conversations on those who hold the identities we are hoping to learn from. I will be purchasing this book for our entire Executive Team!

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  5. Ali H Ladak

    Once I started this book, I couldn’t stop. Mita Mallick’s perfect balance between personal experience and sharing of insights allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of the myths and why they are, in fact, MYTHS. This is one book I will be reading over and over and recommending to all regardless of role, level, industry, etc.

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  6. TA

    After reading this book I am smarter, better informed and better prepared to be inclusive, undertsanding and empathetic for what it’s like to walk in someone else’s shoes.

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  7. Samorn SelimSamorn Selim

    A powerful book that addresses and debunks 13 myths about inclusion, such as “I am all for diverse talent. As long as they are good.” Mita shares powerful and relatable stories on how these myths play out in real life and in the workplace and why they’re harmful. And she also shares practical steps on how to move from good intent, tokenization, and performative allyship to having real and positive impact to create a more diverse and inclusive environment.

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  8. Abenaa Hayes

    Mita’s book is one of the most important resources anyone looking to engage, coach and lead in the most inclusive way possible. A must have in today’s business world.

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  9. Danielle Pearlberg

    Everyone talks about the importance of “Diversity and Inclusion” in the workplace, but no one tells you how to actually implement it. Some of the tips in this book are so simple – it’s shocking we don’t do them already.As a female leader at a big company, I related to so many of these stories. Many of us have asked for a raise and received a condescending response from a male boss. How many mentorship programs have we been involved with that just faded into the sunset over time? And one of the biggest issues for me and my co-workers is maternity leave. A few weeks of paid (or unpaid) leave isn’t the support working parents need. It was great to see the author finally address that.Every manager of people should read and learn from this book!

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  10. Christy

    Mita Mallick’s book is incredibly relatable and highly relevant. She’s an inclusion champion that reminds us —through tangible examples— that DEI is a journey and we can’t stop just when we’re getting started. Any and every leader can benefit from this wisdom.

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  11. Al

    In a world where diversity and inclusion have become imperative aspects of business success, this book shines as a beacon of wisdom and guidance. This remarkable book is a powerful testament to the transformative potential of embracing diversity in the corporate world.Mita Mallick artfully navigates the complex landscape of diversity and business, providing readers with invaluable insights and practical strategies. From the very first page, it becomes evident that this is not just another business book; it’s a manifesto for change.One of the book’s greatest strengths is its ability to demystify diversity, making it accessible to readers at all levels of familiarity with the topic. Whether you’re a seasoned diversity advocate or just beginning your journey, the author offers something for everyone.The real-world examples and case studies scattered throughout the book serve as powerful illustrations of how diversity isn’t just a moral imperative but also a competitive advantage. Mita Mallick makes a compelling case for why businesses that prioritize diversity consistently outperform their peers.Moreover, the book doesn’t merely dwell on the “why” but also delves into the “how.” It provides a roadmap for organizations to foster inclusive cultures, from leadership commitment to employee engagement and beyond. The actionable steps and tools offered are invaluable for anyone looking to create positive change within their workplace.What sets the book apart is its unwavering optimism and belief in the potential of individuals and organizations to make a difference. It’s a call to action, an invitation to embrace diversity as a driver of innovation, creativity, and sustained success. Highly recommended!

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  12. Alisa Cohn

    Reimagine Inclusion is a groundbreaking guide for leaders seeking to foster true inclusivity in their organizations! She confronts critical issues head-on, offering practical guidance for interrupting biases at every decision point and transforming organizational systems. In a time when inclusivity is paramount, this book becomes an indispensable resource, equipping both new and seasoned leaders with actionable strategies. Her book is a relatable how-to guide for managers and leaders to become more inclusive on every level, and teach the next generation of leaders how to be even better. I couldn’t get over how insightful this book is, and arriving critically at a time where inclusivity is absolutely paramount. Get this book now!

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  13. Jess G

    I’m loving Reimagine Inclusion! The messages in it are SO important for leaders, but unfortunately still “new” for too many. Mita’s voice and work are needed. The writing style is clear, direct, and convincing. I will be sharing this book as a recommendation to many and I will revisit it beyond the first read.

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  14. Sara Blanchard

    I can’t count the number of times my head bobbed up and down in agreement and in awe with how clearly – through story + fact + suggested action steps – author Mita Mallick addresses leaders’ most common misperceptions… misperceptions that lead to leaders perpetuating cultures of inequity and exclusion. Highly recommend “Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths to Transform Your Workplace” for all those who want to hear the quiet parts of DEI out loud, and begin to make a positive difference.

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  15. Lisa Kaplowitz

    Packed with anecdotes, stories and first-hand experiences, it is very easy to reimagine how managers could have, and should have handled, various workplace situations differently. A quick and impactful read. Highly recommend.

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  16. christikay

    A masterful mix of personal stories and actionable policy change for organizations. If you’re committed to equity and inclusion, it’s a must read!

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  17. Julie Kratz

    I have been following Mita for years and she has such a thoughtful and pragmatic way of engaging our allies in DEI – must read for aspiring allies!

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  18. steven b gilman

    Author Mita Mallick is a brilliant writer and draws on her deep personal experience to share memorable stories and insights that helps any reader gain understanding of the myths around Inclusion. No matter your role or industry this book is an important resource. And for anyone in leadership – this book will help you be a more complete, better leader. It’s simply a must read.

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  19. Nadia Butt

    Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths to Transform Your Workplace is an excellent practical guide to operationalizing DEI into your everyday workplace interactions and practices. Mita’s storytelling clearly depicts the complexities and nuances that leaders face when embedding DEI into their organization. Her book is a great resource and tool to help leaders reflect and role model inclusive behaviors.

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  20. Laura Demuth

    This is a wonderful book full of a mix of both personal, professional, and data-driven stories as well as tangible takeaways for all of us to be able to make the necessary changes in our workplaces! Highly recommend for anyone who wants to help but isn’t sure how.

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  21. Sonali

    This book reads like you are talking to a good friend about corporate BS. Myth #6 “Why are you Asking for a Raise? You and your husband make more than enough money.” is exactly what I had experienced while working for a large company. Mallick’s research based analysis is what I wish I had when I experienced this in my own career. She proves insights on the importance of working mothers and how corporations can become an ally instead of penalize us. Now as I lead my own organization I will make sure to focus on inclusion on all aspects of my organization, I bought extra copies to share with my team.

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  22. Antonia G. Bowring

    Mita isn’t afraid to take on challenging topics. I recently read a brillant LI post she wrote about how to spot a toxic work culture when you are interviewing for a job. Her book also is candid AND practical. I dont’ have ONE favorite myth she debunks….honestly, they ALL need debunking if we want to evolve our workplaces! Onwards, Mita.

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  23. BRH

    Highly recommend this new DEIB book for any HR Leader or senior leaders across your organization. I am immediately making important changes to our org’s people programs and DEI efforts after having read just two chapters. Shifting from mentorship to sponsorship, and not putting the responsibility of driving race related conversations on those who hold the identities we are hoping to learn from. I will be purchasing this book for our entire Executive Team!

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  24. Z

    Such a powerful read, it is indeed a camaraderie of experiences. Thank you

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  25. Atish Nigam

    Mita might be the most brilliant leader and voice in the space of inclusion. Her passion and curiosity for building systems and norms for equity is authentic and strategic. This book provides great frameworks and anecdotes for leaders in this space, or anyone trying to make their work culture more equitable.

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  26. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    Get this book! Mita Mallick is a true storyteller. This book is so insightful and provides a plethora of tips that can help one become a more inclusive colleague, leader, and friend. The book is well written and the format lends itself to personal reflection and ways to grow in your pursuit of inclusion. It was a quick read and I could not put my highlighter down. There are so many valuable nuggets in this book.Some key takeaways for me are as follows:1. Build and invest in cross-cultural relationships (continual investment will drive deeper understanding).2. 3 Pillars to becoming a more inclusive leader (Access, Amplify, and Advocate)3. Becoming a more inclusive leader is a continuous journey.4. Inclusive leaders stand up for what is right and an inclusive culture cannot survive without them. This means taking action against what you absolutely will not tolerate.5. People of color need more sponsors instead of more mentors.6. Always ask what support someone wants or needs, no group of people are monolithic.7. Take accountability as a leader when you create harm, apologize, and educate yourself as to why your behavior was harmful.8. Stay committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.Thank you Mita and I look forward to future books, articles, and musings.

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  27. Jeremy L

    Mallick’s use of storytelling, her own experiences in corporate America, and humor led us to impactful and actionable discussions throughout our entire organization.

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  28. harsha

    This book brings honest stories and tactical strategies to lead today! If your organization’s trust, manager effectiveness & engagement scores are stuck, or your DEI efforts not moving forward and making the impact – THIS is the book for you!Highly recommended! Brilliant work Mita 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

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  29. Wendy Leshgold

    Stellar book debunking some of the myths about inclusion and re-examining our own biases. Everyone should read this book. Buy it for yourself and then share with your whole team and your network!

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  30. Lan Phan

    Inclusion is not just a business nicety but a critical necessity for success. Companies failing to grasp the vital importance of inclusion will undoubtedly be left in the dust. In her book, “Reimagine Inclusion at Work,” Mita Mallick powerfully and skillfully brings this fundamental truth to life.Inclusion is the new competitive advantage, a reality Mita beautifully demonstrates through her masterful storytelling. She is THE voice businesses need to heed. Her insights transform inclusion from an abstract concept to a tangible, actionable, and indispensable part of modern business.”Reimagine Inclusion at Work” is more than a book—it’s a blueprint for future-forward businesses. Mita’s work is a must-read and a must-act, pushing us to make inclusion a fundamental pillar touching every aspect of our operations.

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  31. Susan McPherson

    Mita Mallick’s Reimagine Inclusion is a must for the new and seasoned leader. The book pragmatically helps you interrupt biases at every key decision point, and transform your organization’s systems, processes, and policies to improve inclusivity at every level. At time when it is absolutely vital to create more inclusive, resilient and compassionate organizations, this book will be your number one resource to help you get there.

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  32. MSG23

    This isn’t your typical business book – you know, the one that may provide some theoretical solutions to DEI and belonging in the workplace without leaving you with any concrete ones. Mita’s genius is in how she not only frames the issues but provides practical, workable ways to integrate them immediately into your workplace while simultaneously forcing you to interrogate what you’ve experienced, thought, or done in the past. Easily one of the most impactful books I’ve read this year! I encourage anyone who’s serious about actual change in the workplace to get a copy of their own, and then buy one for anyone else who may need it.

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  33. Andy Storch

    I had the pleasure of interviewing Mita Mallick about her book for my podcast and went through all of the 13 myths in this book in preparation and found it to be a fascinating and phenomenal book and list of myths that we are seeing often in the corporate world.These are things that need to be addressed and in many cases corrected if we are going to keep making progress and build more equitable and inclusive workplaces where people feel like they belong.I think we all have duties as humans to create a better, more equitable world and Mita is leading the way. I’m a fan and follower and loved this book.Andy StorchHost of the Talent Development Think Tank podcastAuthor of Own Your Career Own Your Life

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  34. AshleyAshley

    Does the title of this chapter stop you in your tracks?Mita Mallick’s new book “Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths to Transform Your Workplace,” is a non-fiction page-turner.Mita’s writing is a fiery blend of personal anecdotes, cutting-edge research and contemporary references that grab you by the collar and refuse to let go. In a world where so many voices purport to address the scorching topic of inclusion, Mita’s words don’t just scratch the surface; they sear through the misconceptions like a blowtorch.This should be required reading for every single leader in the business world. Mita doesn’t just diagnose the problem; she prescribes practical solutions. Her insights on setting up Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for success are groundbreaking. I’ve never encountered an organization implementing these strategies the way Mita outlines, but her blueprint is so ingenious it should be the standard in workplaces worldwide.One of the standout gems in this book is Mita’s guidance on identifying and eradicating biased language when evaluating performance.Her perspective on dismantling performance review processes is revolutionary. She prescribes tactical treatment for the very broken state of performance reviews. Get ready to take notes.Her insights will revolutionize the way we nurture talent within organizations, igniting careers with the intensity of a well-aimed chili pepper.RUN to purchase this spicy, no-holds-barred guide to reshaping our workplaces for the better. Mita Mallick’s words are a call to action, a rallying cry for a future where inclusion isn’t just a buzzword. If you’re ready to confront the status quo and ignite meaningful change in your workplace, this is your book. Grab it, read it and let the flames of transformation burn bright.

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  35. B Julia

    This book is both deeply researched and highly relatable. Parts of it read like an NPR story that I’d share with a friend with anecdotes of employers getting things very wrong and also making things right again. Really love the specificity. Found it to be a page turner.Must read sections include: creating a DEI space for white men and lessons on apologizing, hint, it starts with accepting that you’ve made a mistake or done something racist, and step by step how to apologize in a meaningful way.

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  36. Cate Luzio

    The author’s experience, lessons learned and wisdom shine brightly in Reimagine Inclusion. Whether you’re starting a business, running a team or managing a large organization, this is a great “how to” book for leaders, managers and those aspire to become a better manager or leader. All people managers/leaders should be equipped with this book. Easy to read, relatable and back to basics!

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  37. Sarahi

    Reimagine Inclusion is a must read because every individual is responsible of becoming an advocate of DEI, and the book provides great insight into transforming businesses. Today, more than ever, we need to educate ourselves to become better teammates, managers, and peers. Great book!

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  38. Amy

    📚 “Reimagine Inclusion” by Mita Mallick is a game-changing book that’s truly redefining the way we think about diversity and inclusion in the workforce. Mallick’s profound insights, backed by her extensive experience, offer a roadmap for organizations to embrace a more inclusive and equitable future.🌟 This book is a beacon of hope, showing us that inclusion isn’t just about policies and compliance; it’s about creating a workplace culture where every individual can thrive. Mallick’s perspective is refreshing and actionable, making the complex concepts of diversity and inclusion accessible to all.🌍 In a world that’s constantly evolving, “Reimagine Inclusion” equips us with the tools and strategies to build diverse and collaborative teams, ultimately leading to better innovation, productivity, and a stronger bottom line. It’s a powerful reminder that inclusion isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s also a business imperative.👏 Mita Mallick’s book isn’t just a call to action; it’s a catalyst for change. It inspires us to challenge the status quo and reimagine the future of our workforce. Whether you’re an HR professional, a manager, or an employee, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to shape a more inclusive and equitable workplace.🙌 “Reimagine Inclusion” is more than a book; it’s a manifesto for a brighter and more inclusive future. Mita Mallick has provided us with a vital resource that will undoubtedly transform the way we work and live.

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  39. Kindle Customer

    I have been waiting for this book forever. If you listen to Brown Table Talk…… well you know this book was going to be good. So much of this book spoke to me as a woman of color and an hr professional. Hope its cones out on audio next.

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  40. Jeff HilimireJeff Hilimire

    I’ve read many books on the topic of DEI, and I’ve never found one (until now) that both presents the problems, breaks them down into digestible parts, AND presents practical and implementable solutions. This book should be required reading for any business leader, right next to Good to Great and Start With Why.

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  41. Sonya Dreizler

    Whether you are interested in DEI or not you’ll want to pick up this book immediately. I especially recommend it for these two audiences:- For business leaders who have been looking for a “safe space” to have their DEI questions addressed in an actionable way, this is as close as you’re going to get. From from the comfort and safety of your home, you can read about the mistakes other leaders have made, and get educated about the common myths about DEI. And you’ll learn – from an experienced professional – of opportunities to do better by your employees, stakeholders, and your business.- I’d also recommend the book for people who work in DEI. Reading a collection of common challenges and interactions that Mita has experienced in her career was validating! Reimagine Inclusion offers thoughtful responses to the uninformed comments and thoughtless remarks that often come from executives and would-be leaders. Mita’s takeaways and questions in each chapter open ideas for further engagement.Reimagine Inclusion is an easy read because of Mita’s knack for storytelling. But don’t let the conversational feel of the book fool you. Each chapter is full of ways to challenge traditional modes of thinking, ideas to improve your business, and opportunities for leaders to bust common DEI myths.Reimagine Inclusion should be in at the front of the business section of every library and book store. And in in your office bookshelf.

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  42. Nisha T.

    I was impressed by this book and had to share. Here are 3 reasons to read this now: 1) It is a page turner. Mallick gives appropriate weight to the topic at hand, but effortlessly weaves in personal stories, relevant research, and pop culture references that keep you reading chapter after chapter. 2) It makes you rethink your own assumptions. Just try to get through Chapter 1 without wondering where your assumptions came from and how you can change them. 3) This book says what needs to be said. So many people want to hear their own voice on this hot topic of inclusion, yet their words just surf the surface. Not this book. It bravely addresses the issue head on. Now the question is, are we going to take the advice?

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  43. Avani Patel

    Great book on practical ways to practice inclusion when leading teams.

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  44. Christopher Littlefield

    Beyond debunking the 13 myths, this book gives reflection questions to challenge beliefs, concrete ideas to take action, and guides to navigate complex situations. If you want to grow and help your organization grow read this book.

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  45. Lan Phan

    Inclusion is not just a business nicety but a critical necessity for success. Companies failing to grasp the vital importance of inclusion will undoubtedly be left in the dust. In her book, “Reimagine Inclusion at Work,” Mita Mallick powerfully and skillfully brings this fundamental truth to life.Inclusion is the new competitive advantage, a reality Mita beautifully demonstrates through her masterful storytelling. She is THE voice businesses need to heed. Her insights transform inclusion from an abstract concept to a tangible, actionable, and indispensable part of modern business.”Reimagine Inclusion at Work” is more than a book—it’s a blueprint for future-forward businesses. Mita’s work is a must-read and a must-act, pushing us to make inclusion a fundamental pillar touching every aspect of our operations.

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  46. ruskin morgan

    Everyone should make time to read this book. Mita Mallick provides a tremendous contribution to inclusive leader development that is both thorough and concise. The book is accessible and framed in an applied manner to help you answer the questions you either already have as a leader or will have.

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  47. AshleyAshley

    Mita has done a brilliant job of discussing some really important issues when it comes to Inclusion. Thoroughly recommend!

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  48. JK

    Mita makes it easy: the book is relatable and real. We’ve all heard these myths in our workplaces, and it’s time to understand the truth. This is a powerful must-read for all leaders in today’s world of work.

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  49. Darmonation

    In most companies, DE&I is a highly sensitive topic that can be very awkward and uncomfortable to discuss. It’s understandable because there’s so much that goes into creating an inclusive work environment and often times people who are not from historically marginalized backgrounds struggle to feel comfortable with those who are.Enter Mita Mallick’s book. An approachable, conversational, informative work that makes it easy for leaders to understand this important topic through the lens of someone who has tons of lived & learned experience with it.But it’s not just for those who might not feel 100% comfortable with how to approach DE&I in their workplace, it’s also a fantastic read for those who champion it. There is tons of fresh ideas and lightbulb moments that had me thinking, “it would have been great if we tried that here” or “that would have been a perfect approach there.”As our world gets more connected and our networks become more global, this is one book everyone should read. Business will be better off for it.

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  50. Danielle Pearlberg

    Everyone talks about the importance of “Diversity and Inclusion” in the workplace, but no one tells you how to actually implement it. Some of the tips in this book are so simple – it’s shocking we don’t do them already.As a female leader at a big company, I related to so many of these stories. Many of us have asked for a raise and received a condescending response from a male boss. How many mentorship programs have we been involved with that just faded into the sunset over time? And one of the biggest issues for me and my co-workers is maternity leave. A few weeks of paid (or unpaid) leave isn’t the support working parents need. It was great to see the author finally address that.Every manager of people should read and learn from this book!

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  51. Isabel

    This book is closely and directly tied to my work as a nonprofit leader even though the focus is on corporate spaces. It is so relevant and practically useful that I was totally absorbed. I loved the personal anecdotes and workplace examples. I await the author’s next book- DEI myths specific to the nonprofit sector? Thank you for this critical tool as we work to ensure equity and inclusion at work and beyond.

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  52. Janki Bhoti

    Reimagine Inclusion is a must-read because Mita provides a concise and comprehensive guide to navigating the complexities of DE&I in today’s world. She debunks 13 myths that are holding us back from making impactful progress in our workplaces. Through well-researched insights and practical strategies, the book addresses the importance of not only fostering an inclusive workplace but also our society. You won’t want to put the book down.

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    There are so many key ingredients to building an end-to-end inclusion ecosystem, and it takes awareness, desire, knowledge, ability and reinforcement, as well as investment, infusion of talent, and unwavering dedication.Mita Mallick’s book, “Reimagine Inclusion” is a fantastic read, and offers pivotal insights, exceptional examples, resources and key tips. As I delved into each chapter, I found myself continuously highlighting.If you are actively searching for a valuable resource to bolster your DEIB initiatives aimed at revolutionizing individuals, teams, leaders, organizations, and communities, I wholeheartedly recommend this book.

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  54. W

    This is the book I wish I had early in my career to help me navigating micro aggressions. This is the book I’m glad I know have so I can continue to grow and support others. I wasn’t even aware of all of the various stereotypes and micro aggressions other people of color face. Highly recommend

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  55. Judy Jackson

    As a talent leader, I find people often are looking for the big things to do to build an inclusive culture. Mita Mallick provides practical tips to support the unheard voices in the room, how to truly demonstrate Allyship, ways to set up ERG’s for success and why sponsorship versus mentorship is the game-changer, etc. If you want practical action steps to make a positive culture change in an organization, read this book!

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  56. Al

    In a world where diversity and inclusion have become imperative aspects of business success, this book shines as a beacon of wisdom and guidance. This remarkable book is a powerful testament to the transformative potential of embracing diversity in the corporate world.Mita Mallick artfully navigates the complex landscape of diversity and business, providing readers with invaluable insights and practical strategies. From the very first page, it becomes evident that this is not just another business book; it’s a manifesto for change.One of the book’s greatest strengths is its ability to demystify diversity, making it accessible to readers at all levels of familiarity with the topic. Whether you’re a seasoned diversity advocate or just beginning your journey, the author offers something for everyone.The real-world examples and case studies scattered throughout the book serve as powerful illustrations of how diversity isn’t just a moral imperative but also a competitive advantage. Mita Mallick makes a compelling case for why businesses that prioritize diversity consistently outperform their peers.Moreover, the book doesn’t merely dwell on the “why” but also delves into the “how.” It provides a roadmap for organizations to foster inclusive cultures, from leadership commitment to employee engagement and beyond. The actionable steps and tools offered are invaluable for anyone looking to create positive change within their workplace.What sets the book apart is its unwavering optimism and belief in the potential of individuals and organizations to make a difference. It’s a call to action, an invitation to embrace diversity as a driver of innovation, creativity, and sustained success. Highly recommended!

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  57. Isabel

    This book is closely and directly tied to my work as a nonprofit leader even though the focus is on corporate spaces. It is so relevant and practically useful that I was totally absorbed. I loved the personal anecdotes and workplace examples. I await the author’s next book- DEI myths specific to the nonprofit sector? Thank you for this critical tool as we work to ensure equity and inclusion at work and beyond.

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  58. Chris Putman

    Mita Mallick’s enlightening work serves as a beacon for modern leaders. She meticulously unravels 13 myths stalling workplace metamorphosis, interweaving captivating stories with actionable advice. Her emphasis on introspection, deliberate leadership, and collective culture-building resonates deeply. A must-read for forward-thinkers aiming to revolutionize their professional environments.

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  59. Piyush Y Phadke

    An inspiring and practical guide for anyone wanting to make a difference in their workplace.

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  60. Sonya Dreizler

    Whether you are interested in DEI or not you’ll want to pick up this book immediately. I especially recommend it for these two audiences:- For business leaders who have been looking for a “safe space” to have their DEI questions addressed in an actionable way, this is as close as you’re going to get. From from the comfort and safety of your home, you can read about the mistakes other leaders have made, and get educated about the common myths about DEI. And you’ll learn – from an experienced professional – of opportunities to do better by your employees, stakeholders, and your business.- I’d also recommend the book for people who work in DEI. Reading a collection of common challenges and interactions that Mita has experienced in her career was validating! Reimagine Inclusion offers thoughtful responses to the uninformed comments and thoughtless remarks that often come from executives and would-be leaders. Mita’s takeaways and questions in each chapter open ideas for further engagement.Reimagine Inclusion is an easy read because of Mita’s knack for storytelling. But don’t let the conversational feel of the book fool you. Each chapter is full of ways to challenge traditional modes of thinking, ideas to improve your business, and opportunities for leaders to bust common DEI myths.Reimagine Inclusion should be in at the front of the business section of every library and book store. And in in your office bookshelf.

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  61. Amy

    📚 “Reimagine Inclusion” by Mita Mallick is a game-changing book that’s truly redefining the way we think about diversity and inclusion in the workforce. Mallick’s profound insights, backed by her extensive experience, offer a roadmap for organizations to embrace a more inclusive and equitable future.🌟 This book is a beacon of hope, showing us that inclusion isn’t just about policies and compliance; it’s about creating a workplace culture where every individual can thrive. Mallick’s perspective is refreshing and actionable, making the complex concepts of diversity and inclusion accessible to all.🌍 In a world that’s constantly evolving, “Reimagine Inclusion” equips us with the tools and strategies to build diverse and collaborative teams, ultimately leading to better innovation, productivity, and a stronger bottom line. It’s a powerful reminder that inclusion isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s also a business imperative.👏 Mita Mallick’s book isn’t just a call to action; it’s a catalyst for change. It inspires us to challenge the status quo and reimagine the future of our workforce. Whether you’re an HR professional, a manager, or an employee, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to shape a more inclusive and equitable workplace.🙌 “Reimagine Inclusion” is more than a book; it’s a manifesto for a brighter and more inclusive future. Mita Mallick has provided us with a vital resource that will undoubtedly transform the way we work and live.

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  62. Sonali

    This book reads like you are talking to a good friend about corporate BS. Myth #6 “Why are you Asking for a Raise? You and your husband make more than enough money.” is exactly what I had experienced while working for a large company. Mallick’s research based analysis is what I wish I had when I experienced this in my own career. She proves insights on the importance of working mothers and how corporations can become an ally instead of penalize us. Now as I lead my own organization I will make sure to focus on inclusion on all aspects of my organization, I bought extra copies to share with my team.

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  63. LMS

    I’ve been listening to Mita Mallick’s podcast, Brown Table Talk, and reading her posts on LinkedIn for some time – she has an artful blend of storytelling that gets to the heart of the matter. This book is a must read for practical guidance to create and maintain an inclusive workplace with intention.

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