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Four Days to Change

12 Radical Habits to Overcome Bias and Thrive in a Diverse World
Narrated by: Sean Patrick Hopkins
Length: 6 hrs and 19 mins
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Organizations that get diversity right reap tremendous benefits that ripple across the company culture, and eventually lead to an indisputable impact on the bottom line. But robust, resilient diversity in the workplace thrives only when members of the majority group actively educate and challenge each other.

Based on 20 years of pioneering workshops engaging white male leaders in transforming their own mindsets, building leadership skills, and creating powerful partnerships at work and at home, Four Days to Change follows a group of men embarking in a life-changing process to broaden their view of the world and lead them into more authentic relationships across race, gender, and sexual orientation. Witness the kinds of conversations that have opened the eyes of thousands of white male leaders, freeing them to benefit from more inclusive, authentic partnerships in the workplace and at home.

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Unexpectedly good book on Diversity

I was very dubious about this book when I realised that it was about a While Mens Caucus - I think like so many people I assumed it was going to be a rebuttal of the anti white men positioning of many diversity texts. But it is completely the opposite of that. This is a book that every white male should read - and I was a white male for 50 years before changing gender and guilty of just not understanding diversity. This is a book about how we can all work together to tackle the challenges of discrimination, privilege and bias.