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Diversity Books

June 3, 1999
Related Topics: Diversity, Featured Article
If you need more information on diversity, try one of these books:

Managing Differences: A Guide to Proactive Management Skills
By Geri McArdle. Menlo Park, CA: Crisp Publications, 1995.
Information and exercises on responding to conflict, negotiating, and dealing with emotional situations.

Guide to Affirmative Action: A Primer for Supervisors and Managers
By Pamela Conrad and Robert Maddux. Menlo Park, CA: Crisp Publications, 1996.
Explains EEOC legislation, employer responsibilities, management hiring and layoff responsibilities.

Dynamics of Diversity: Strategic Programs for Your Organization
By Odette Pollar and Rafael Gonzalez. Menlo Park, CA: Crisp Publications, 1994.
Takes you through five-step diversity training process.

Men and Women: Partners at Work
By George Simons and G. Deborah Weissman. Menlo Park, CA: Crisp Publications, 1990.
Explains gender differences and how to bridge the gap.

The New Leaders: Leadership Diversity in America
By Ann Morrison. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1996.
Strategies for moving women and minorities into the executive ranks.

Working with People From Diverse Backgrounds
By Carmen Colin & Diane Johns. Oakland: T.M.S., 1990.
Six-page tip sheet. Among other things, it compares White North Americans with Asians and Hispanics.

Cultural Diversity Fieldbook and Supplement
By Dr. George F. Simons, Dr. Bob Abramms and L. Ann Hopkins
Examples of leading thought and best practices around the country. Packed with exercises and articles. This company, George Simons International, has a wide selection of other hands-on diversity publications.

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