Race, Work, and Leadership — Ebook
New Perspectives on the Black Experience
|Authors :||Anthony J. Mayo, David A. Thomas, Laura Morgan Roberts|
|Publisher :||Harvard Business Review Press|
|Categories :||Social science / Ethnic Studies / African American Studies, Social science / Discrimination & Race Relations, Business & economics / Organizational Behavior, Business & economics / Leadership|
A timely collection of essays from top scholars and practitioners in leadership and race that documents, disseminates and inspires new research on the African-American experience in the workplace.
- Codifies what we already know about Black/African American experiences at work and examines the theories that have influenced/undergirded this research.
- Re-examines assumptions in light of today's dynamics of race and leadership.
- Re-considers and formulates the new "burning questions" about leadership and race.
- Points to new research approaches for current and future leadership and organizational studies.
- Offers contemporary interventions to improve the Black/African American experience in work settings and leadership roles.
- Scholars and academics who research and teach courses on race, leadership, and identity in the workplace (course in race and ethnic studies, leadership studies, organization studies, psychology, sociology).
- Consultants and practitioners who do diversity-related work (organization development, leadership development, executive coaching).
- Anyone who looks to research to inform their understanding of workplace experiences and to better develop themselves and others.
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