9781599329055-1599329050-Diversity and Inclusion The Submarine Way: What Life Underwater Taught Me About Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion The Submarine Way: What Life Underwater Taught Me About Inclusion

ISBN-13: 9781599329055
ISBN-10: 1599329050
Author: Vincent, John Gregory, Fortin, Deborah Cake
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Advantage Media Group
Format: Hardcover 145 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781599329055
ISBN-10: 1599329050
Author: Vincent, John Gregory, Fortin, Deborah Cake
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Advantage Media Group
Format: Hardcover 145 pages

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Acknowledged authors Vincent, John Gregory, Fortin, Deborah Cake wrote Diversity and Inclusion The Submarine Way: What Life Underwater Taught Me About Inclusion comprising 145 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1599329050 and 9781599329055. Since then Diversity and Inclusion The Submarine Way: What Life Underwater Taught Me About Inclusion textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Named the 3rd best submarine book of all time by Book Authority and the only leadership/business book on the list of 17.A leadership book unlike any other wrapped around the unique hull of a submarine. Tapping into the power of behavioral change through inclusion it is a step by step guide to personal and organizational transformation. With the co-author spending nearly 15 years of his career on submarines the book also captures the stress, dangers, smells andconflicts that are part of every day life.
So unique there is a patent pending on the system described in this book. The secrets he learned will be shared with you. This will change how schools, businesses, communities and any organization that applies it, leads and develops their people. This new leadership approach will drive meaningful inclusion, and measurable improvements in engagement.
Deep beneath the ocean's surface, submarines, hunks of metal shrouded in curiosity by those on land, are filled with a skillful crew responsible for its success. The efficiency of a strong submarine crew is the result of a community that makes acceptance of diversity and inclusion part of its expected norms. The strategies of a submarine crew have been adapted to a repeatable system that can be used by businesses and communities, allowing them to reach peak efficiency and maintain a mission-focused philosophy that promotes growth.Deborah Cake Fortin and John Gregory Vincent have teamed together
to bring you Diversity and Inclusion the Submarine Way, which provides
insight into many techniques and principles that will teach you to:*EFFECTIVELY MANAGE BIASES AND UNITE TOGETHER AS A TEAM TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
*EMBRACE WHAT YOU CAN'T CHANGE, AND FOCUS ON WHAT YOU CAN CONTROL
*DEAL WITH CONFLICT OPENLY AND DIRECTLYWhen it comes to a system of inclusion, there's none better than the one that organically takes place on a submarine. This book is the first step toward applying these techniques and practices to help your organization, school or community succeed and thrive in a diverse and inclusive culture.
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