Book Recommendations



On Thursday, January 21st Inclusent held its inaugural webinar: Chief Diversity Officers –

Set Up to Win! The esteemed panelists recommended the following books to help EDI

professionals sharpen their personal attributes, leadership skills, and deepen their

expertise.


Bill Hawthorne, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer | Inclusent


Recommendations:

• The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

• Good to Great: why Some Companies Make the Leap...And

Others Don’t by Jim Collins

• Diversity Inc.: The Failed Promise of a Billion-Dollar Business by

Pamela Newkirk & Tracy Leigh





Magda Yrizarry, Chief Diversity Officer | Verizon


Recommendation | The Bible

“The Bible ties the need for DE&I professionals to renew and refresh.

This work isn't for the weary. It can be lonely, exhausting and discouraging. The Bible keeps me grounded on servant leadership and the dualities of character that may seem to contradict but actually co-exist, depending on the situation.”




Keyra Johnson, Chief Diversity Officer | Delta Air Lines


Recommendation | Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights

by Kenji Yoshino and Patrick Lawlor

“Understanding some old and new theories about covering really

helped us shape how we positioned the role and value of our Business

Resource Groups at Delta.”






Sharon S. Hall Partner | Spencer Stuart


Recommendation | Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man

with host Emmanuel Acho (YouTube Web Series) “Acho is very insightful, sets the stage, and offers easy access to

challenging dialogs.”

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