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The Business of We: The Proven Three-Step Process for Closing the Gap Between Us and Them in Your Workplace

Laura Kriska

Diverse teams add tremendous value to any organization. . . if they work as a cohesive unit. Empower your leaders to bring together teams made up of members from different cultures, age groups, and socio-economic backgrounds.

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Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership
Publish Date: 01/12/2021
Pages: 224
ISBN-13: 9781400216802
ISBN-10: 140021680X
Language: English

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April 07, 2021

A Broader Definition of We

By Laura Kriska

Whether you are a business owner or a leader in a multinational conglomerate, if you really care about succeeding in the future you will prioritize WE-building as though your organizations depend on it. READ FULL DESCRIPTION

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Diverse teams add tremendous value to any organization... if they work as a cohesive unit. Empower your leaders to bring together teams made up of members from different cultures, age groups, and socio-economic backgrounds.In today's workplace, cross-cultural collaboration is essential to the survival of any business. Unfortunately, bringing together people from a variety of backgrounds can lead to "us vs. them" misunderstandings and clashes that work against the goals of the company.

Too often, well-intentioned consultants and HR representatives attempt to solve these problems with a band-aid approach to situations that warrant comprehensive solutions. Diversity in virtually every U.S. organization has increased over the past twenty years, yet the closest we have come to a workplace best practices guide is online diversity training courses or methods of coaching "problem" executives to be more sensitive. Neither of these avenues leads to meaningful change.

Kriska teaches leaders in any organization how to prevent "us vs. them" culture clashes by promoting inclusion in their organization to increase employee retention and productivity and to prevent misunderstandings that lead to lost time and increased legal risk.

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