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A Managers Guide to Sexual Orientation in the Workplace
A Managers Guide to Sexual Orientation in the Workplace Bob Powers, Alan Ellis 0415912776 9780415912778 For the first time ever, managers have a tool that will enable them to effectively tackle the controversial, and sometimes explosive issues surrou
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A Managers Guide to Sexual Orientation in the Workplace by Bob Powers, Alan Ellis

For the first time ever, managers have a tool that will enable them to effectively tackle the controversial, and sometimes explosive issues surrounding sexual orientation in the workplace. Cultivated from Bob Powers 25 years business experience with some of the worlds finest organizations,A Managers Guide to Sexual Orientation in the Workplaceprovides managers with the knowledge, skills and resources to foster higher productivity and performace through an all-inclusive work environment. InPart I, managers are introduced to fifteen workers who relate their remarkable life histories about being gay, lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual in the workplace. Through real-life situations from corporate America, managers gain knowledge of sexuality issues that influence co-workers, employees, bosses and customers alike. InPart II, managers learn how to select diversity-sensitive employees, define their responsibilities in theworkplace, set performance expectations, provide feedback and recognition, and reward success to cultivate the open and inclusive work environment. As workers shift their energies away from hiding their sexual orientation, workplace productivity increases to achieve and exceed goals and objectives. InPart III, managers develop strategies to effectively communicate the company message of inclusion and openness in the workplace. Features include: 101 Ways to Make the Workplace More Inclusive A sample diversity policy to foster a productive work environment for diverse groups of employees A resource guide of community organizations, consultants, speakers bureaus and outrach programs in the US and Canada A complete bibliography of source material In this easy-to-read guide, CEOs, human resource directors, and staff managers alike will find the best resource available to successfully manage sexual orientation issues in the workplace and create a highlyproductive workforce to gain the competitive edge

Author: Bob Powers, Alan Ellis

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 209

Publisher: Routledge

Publication Date: 1995-09-18

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