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About the author:
Lisa Kepinski has more than 20 years of Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) experience as a senior executive with AXA, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard. She is the founder of the INCLUSION INSTITUTE, focused on research, consultancy, training and coaching. Her special expertise in organisational development integrated with I&D make her a unique resource for change at all levels, from the individual to the systems level. Lisa integrates new approaches from areas outside of I&D, and works with organisations to set strategy, apply innovative approaches, and deliver upon pragmatic actions to achieve results.
Lisa has been on the advisory boards of Catalyst Europe and W.I.N., she was a founding member of a European-based Global D&I Network, and for two years a faculty member of the Conference Board's "D&I Academy" teaching new I&D leaders. Additionally, Lisa coaches new I&D practitioners. She is a frequent speaker on I&D topics such as Inclusion Nudges, Bias, Gender Inclusion, and I&D Strategy. Lisa has a Bachelor's degree in Social Psychology and a Master's in Linguistics, with a specialization on gender communications.
Tinna C. Nielsen is an anthropologist and behavioural economist by heart and profession. Since 2010 she has worked as Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Collaboration (2010-15) for Arla Foods, one of the world's largest dairy cooperatives. Previous to this, she worked for the Danish Institute for Human Rights. For the past 14 years, her passion has been to promote behavioural, cultural and systemic changes for inclusiveness. For this purpose she founded the socio-economic organisation MOVE THE ELEPHANT FOR INCLUSIVENESS in 2013.
She has extensive experience in leadership development, design and facilitation of interactive training, and experimental learning, along with team, cultural and organisational development focusing on innovation, performance and change.
Tinna has been honoured by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader 2015. She is also a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, a former member of the executive committee of Diversity in Business Council and a faculty member of the "D&I Academy" at The Conference Board. She is a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator.
Inclusion Nudges Guidebook
Practical Techniques for Changing Behaviour, Culture & Systems to Mitigate Unconscious Bias and Create Inclusive Organisations
Tinna C. Nielsen, Lisa Kepinski
To promote behavioural change and improve decision making, we must work with the subconscious. Inclusion Nudges target the advantages and shortcomings of our unconscious mind and decision-making processes in order to obtain the desired and needed changes. In this Guidebook, the concept and the three types of Inclusion Nudges are fully explained and illustrated with over 70 practical interventions to promote behaviour, culture, and systems change to mitigate unconscious bias and create more inclusive organisations.
The Inclusion Nudges Guidebook is for those who...
* Struggle with getting a change to 'stick'.
* Want to improve decision making and performance.
* Are challenged with translating an ideal goal into behaviors to achieve that goal.
* Find it hard to understand what motivates people to make decisions.
* Want to get more people engaged in their work.
Everyone can learn to design Inclusion Nudges. We believe that if all internal agents of organisational change master these techniques, our actions and behaviours will better leverage the full potential of all people, thereby producing more successful organisations.
For this innovative concept and work, the authors, Lisa Kepinski & Tinna C. Nielsen, have been named to The Economist's Global Diversity List as "Top 10 Diversity Consultants" in November 2015.
- Publication Date:
- 152363541X / 9781523635412
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Decision Making & Problem Solving