Publications

    Inclusive Leadership: Negotiating Gendered Spaces
    Adapa, Sujana, and Alison Sheridan, ed. Inclusive Leadership: Negotiating Gendered Spaces. Palgrave studies in leadership and followership. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. View the BookAbstract
    Examining perceptions of leaders which are dependent on social and cultural contexts, this edited collection argues that in order to thrive and to understand the future business landscape, leaders must be inclusive and create followership. Addressing the under-representation of women in leadership roles, contributions explore inclusivity and exclusivity in leading organisations, the politics of gendered differences and the value of leader-follower dynamics.
    The Complete Academic Search Manual: A Systematic Approach to Successful and Inclusive Hiring
    Vicker, Lauren A., and Harriette J. Royer. The Complete Academic Search Manual: A Systematic Approach to Successful and Inclusive Hiring. Herndon: Stylus Publishing, 2011. View the eBook-Harvard Key RequiredAbstract
    This manual provides faculty members, department heads, chairs, deans, and members of search committees with a straightforward ten-step process, using proven strategies and systematic planning, designed to facilitate group dynamics while members seek out and identify high caliber candidates and reach consensus on the best one for the institution.
    Confronting Equity Issues on Campus: Implementing the Equity Scorecard in Theory and Practice
    Malcom-Piqueux, Lindsey E., and Estela Mara Bensimon, ed. Confronting Equity Issues on Campus: Implementing the Equity Scorecard in Theory and Practice. Sterling, Va. Stylus, 2012. View the eBook-Harvard Key RequiredAbstract
    Drawing on the theory of action research, the Equity Scorecard creates a structure for practitioners to become investigators of their own institutional culture, to become aware of racial disparities, confront their own practices and learn how things are done on their own turf to ask: In what ways am I contributing to equity/inequity?
    Safe Enough to Soar: Accelerating Trust, Inclusion, and Collaboration in the Workplace
    Miller, Frederick A. Safe Enough to Soar: Accelerating Trust, Inclusion, and Collaboration in the Workplace. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2018. View the eBook-Harvard Key RequiredAbstract
    This book introduces the concept of “interaction safety” and demonstrate how it can help create a work environment of trust, inclusion, and collaboration. It provides a four-level model for assessing and increasing the interaction safety in organizations, illustrated by short scenarios taken from real-life situations, and offers concrete actions team members, leaders, and organizations can take to build and maintain a productive, collaborative, and innovative environment.
    Disability and Employer Practices: Research Across the Disciplines
    Bruyère, Susanne M., ed. Disability and Employer Practices: Research Across the Disciplines. Ithica: Cornell University Press, 2016. View the eBook-Harvard Key RequiredAbstract
    Disability and Employer Practices features research-based documentation of workplace policies and practices that result in the successful recruitment, retention, advancement, and inclusion of individuals with disabilities.The Cornell team whose work is featured in this book drew from multiple disciplines, data sources, and methodologies to learn where employment disparities for people with disabilities occur and to identify workplace policies and practices that might remediate them.
    Understanding Inclusion: Core Concepts, Policy and Practice
    Woolley, Richard. Understanding Inclusion: Core Concepts, Policy and Practice. London ; New York: Routledge, 2018. View the BookAbstract
    Understanding Inclusion is a rich, comprehensive exploration of inclusion in education, challenging us to think about being 'inclusive' in its broadest sense. It unpicks a wide range of complex themes and issues that impact on educational practice, supporting educational professionals in helping teachers and learners understand difference as the norm, and not the exception.