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The waymakers : clearing the path to workplace equity with competence and confidence / Tara Jaye Frank ; foreword by Steve Pemberton.

Frank, Tara Jaye, (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781637551806
  • ISBN: 1637551800
  • Physical Description: 253 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Herndon, VA : Amplify Publishing, [2022]

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Introduction: The waymaker whys -- Power and privilege: Sources of stagnancy -- Start where you are: The climate test -- Making a way: The path to change -- Heart work, right mind: The waymaker principles -- The mountains we miss: four core issues -- What your people want: Four talent needs -- What your company wants: Performance drivers -- When waymaking matters most: Defining moments -- Be the way: Model for results -- Bring people along: Model for momentum -- A new thing: The waymaker life.
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"Beyond strategies and systems, what really drives workplace equity and inclusion? The truth is, all historically excluded professionals who have broken through to greater levels of belonging and achievement have succeeded not by systems change alone, but because influential leaders chose to remove barriers, open doors, and guide them toward their goals. The bottom line: someone made a way for them. Using case studies, data, and evocative storytelling, Tara Jaye Frank outlines how leaders with power and position can clear the path to workplace equity" -- Book jacket flap.
Subject: Quality of work life > United States.
Work environment > United States.
Organizational change > United States.
Organizational change.
Quality of work life.
Work environment.
United States.
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