How Status Contests Undermine Diversity and Inclusion In The Workplace
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
1w ago
So much of Inclusion is hindered by people competing with each other in unhealthy ways. Find out status contests waste everyone’s time. Here’s some key topics covered from this episode: – How status contests mean that the people lose out – My real life examples of sabotage caused by status contests – How the Status Problem relates to the Fallacy Problem and the Rhetorical problems of DEI Play the episode for more Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: Status Contests cause problems when people feel their power is being undermined “The power outside of the group is used to exert a force w ..read more
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My Personal Accountability And A New Future
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
1M ago
Every year I make predictions about Diversity and Inclusion trends Find out why this year I’m holding myself more accountable. Here’s some key messages from this episode: – Why I want to be accountable for my actions – Why writing a book is no longer a priority for me – How I’m going to be giving more and asking for more Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: I made a decision to be a writer BEFORE being an author “If I choose to be an Author, it makes it all about me. I have a book that serves my interests. If I choose to be a Writer, it makes it all about you.” Writing everyday acceler ..read more
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Diversity and Inclusion Matters [Book Review]
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
1M ago
We need Game Changing Performance to create Inclusion Find out how from an author that claims to deliver Here’s some key messages from this episode: – The CAPE Process developed by the author – The ADKAR model the author suggests for Chief Diversity Officers – The challenges that mean Chief Diversity Officers are set up to fail Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: Data is important “3 of those chapters talk about data and only data. The way that data was discussed would be useful if you are new to the role ” How You Present Data is Important “It is very, very easy to manipulate data by ..read more
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5 Reasons Why You Should Always Cite Your Sources On Your Inclusion Journey
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
2M ago
When it comes to Inclusion, it’s always best to cite other people Find out why the less ideas are yours the better Here’s some key messages from this episode: – The Google tactic I use to provide value to you – The Inclusive function of this show that you may not have realised – The game we play to put this into practice Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: It let’s you off the hook “I don’t pretend to know everything. That doesn’t give me less to talk about. That gives me more to talk about ” It let’s you focus on being a curator “When you cite other people’s work you show that you kn ..read more
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Can you become a Diversity Expert By Reading 3 Books?
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
2M ago
Is it possible to become an expert by reading 3 books? Find out why I think it’s happening in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion space. Here’s some key messages from this episode: – Why expertise is but it’s nature exclusive – How to become a 3 Book Diversity Expert – Why I have mixed feelings about 3 Book experts Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 1/3 of people I asked thought it was possible to be an expert by reading 3 books “In a 21st century media driven context it’s possible for people to become experts by reading 3 books. Maybe the poll was right ” Experts in the Diversity an ..read more
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Why I Love and Hate Diversity & Inclusion Books
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
2M ago
I love reading books related to Diversity and Inclusion Find out why other times I hate it. Here’s some key messages from this episode: – Why I think many DEI books are Ghost written – The Phantom Author I think I encountered – How DEI authors fill out low content books Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: I love learning from books to share with you “I was always encouraged to read books as a kid, not in a “Read this or else way” But in a read about what you want kind of way” It’s not always easy  “Given my bias and preferences, reading these books can be difficult for a number o ..read more
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Acting White [Book Review]
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
3M ago
Is there such a thing as Acting White? If so why would anyone want to do that? Find out why in this fascinating book. Here’s some key messages from this episode: – How the 4 Stages of Racial Negotiation are used in the workplace – 2 Powerful models of Discrimination you should understand – How Racial Comforting is used by People of Colour Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: People Act White out of necessity “In the book working identity was involuntary work. We said it was shadow work. It doesn’t apply to everyone. The people who engage in working identity are managing racial stereoty ..read more
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A Reason Why Leaders Get So Frustrated About Diversity Hiring That Doesn’t Get Discussed
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
3M ago
Diversity is such a hassle for leaders who just want to get on with the job Find out the real reason why some of them are so frustrated    Here’s some key messages from this episode: – What Leaders in dominant positions don’t like to discuss  – How Behavioural Economics explains Diversity hiring issues  – How we can understand privilege using the Endowment effect  Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: Diversity initiatives can remind people of the unearned privileges they enjoy  “What they don’t tell me is that they are enjoying benefits they are not entitl ..read more
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8 Symptoms of Groupthink You Need To Know
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
3M ago
Groupthink is a word often used to justify why we need Diversity Find out you can recognise Groupthink where you work. Here’s some key messages from this episode: – 8 Symptoms of Groupthink you need to know  – How peer pressure drives Groupthink  – An exercise for you to check for Group think in your team Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: Groupthink is a consensus-seeking tendency “Professor Janis was convinced that this tendency of close-knit groups can cause them to make inferior decisions.” Groupthink easily occurs in tight knit groups  “You’re likely to have group ..read more
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ReWire: A Radical Approach To Tackling Diversity and Difference
The Element of Inclusion
by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey Diversity & Inclusion I Broadcaster I Speaker I Protagonist
4M ago
Mainstream Diversity advice is tepid, weak and ineffective. Find out a book that presents a more radical approach.  Here’s some key messages from this episode: – Why this book says something no one else says  – 6 Lenses to view Organisational Culture  –  A 4 Step Approach to Organisational Development  Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: Organisational Design is a useful tool for Inclusion   “Organisational Development  is very important to the authors. Both of them use it to describe themselves” Applying a model or framework is a useful tool for Inc ..read more
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