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Author Holder-Winfield, Natalie, author.
Title Exclusion : strategies for improving diversity in recruitment, retention, and promotion / Natalie Holder-Winfield.
Publication Info. Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Center for Racial & Ethnic Diversity, [2014]
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 Law Library  KF 3464 .H63 2014    CHECKED IN
Description xxxii, 195 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-185) and index.
Contents The power of informal mentoring -- Attracting mentors -- Taking charge : a white woman partner in her late thirties shares her strategy for finding a mentor -- It's all about confidence : a Latino Ivy League graduate discusses his insights for leveling the playing field -- Mentoring turnoffs -- Professor Katherine Milkman (Wharton School of Business) -- Asuncion "Sunny" Hostin (CNN legal analyst) -- Melody Barnes (Former senior White House advisor to President Obama) -- Michaela Angela Davis (former Essence editor) -- Singleton Beato (AAAA) -- Recovering from mistakes -- Eradicating the barrier to recovering from mistakes -- Overcoming the barrier to recovering from mistakes -- Managing bullies -- Eradicating the micro-inequity of bullying -- Overcoming the micro-inequity of bullying -- Self-fulfilling prophecies (perceived underperformance) -- Eradicating the barrier of self-fulfilling prophecies -- Overcoming the barrier of perceived underperformance -- Finessing the insensitive joke and insensitive comment -- Eradicating the barrier of insensitivity -- Overcoming the barrier of insensitivity -- The importance of quality work assignments and promotions -- Pay disparities -- Lack of growth opportunities -- Quality of work assignments -- Diversity of work assignments -- Advice for managers -- The comfort factor -- Overcoming the barrier of quality work assignments -- Progressive feedback -- One show pony : diversifying your skills set -- Dual identity -- Eradicating the micro-inequity of dual identity -- 360-degree interviewing : giving you and me an opportunity to see if there is a fit -- The law firm house of hair -- Overcoming the micro-inequity of dual identity -- Assumptions, slights, and other annoyances -- Eradicating the micro-inequity of assumptions, slights, and other annoyances -- Overcoming the micro-inequity of assumptions, slights, and other annoyances -- Being the first and having an extensive network -- Eradicating the barrier of being the first -- Overcoming the barrier of being the first -- Isolation and feeling invisible -- Eradicating the micro-inequity of isolation -- Overcoming the micro-inequity of isolation.
Subject Diversity in the workplace -- United States.
Discrimination in employment -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Multiculturalism -- United States.
Personnel management -- United States.
Added Author American Bar Association. Center for Racial & Ethnic Diversity.
ISBN 9781614388654 (alk. paper)
1614388652 (alk. paper)
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