Cash In On Diversity

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off has been nominated for a Global eBook Award. Written for business people, educators, health workers, lawyers, ministers, engineers, computer experts, students and all others who want to do a better job of relating to each other in their daily lives. Storytelling approach. Includes a valuable glossary plus webinar script and more. More

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About Susan Klopfer

Susan Klopfer of Cuenca, Ecuador worked as a journalist in Texas and Missouri, winning state newspaper awards for investigative reporting. As an acquisitions and development editor for Prentice Hall, she also wrote Abort! Retry! Fail!, a Book of the Month Club alternate selection. Susan is a graduate of Hanover College and holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. While living in the Mississippi Delta, she researched and wrote two books on the region's history, including a book on the murder of Emmett Till. She recently announced the publication of a new e-book, Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off.

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Sharon E. Cathcart reviewed on April 24, 2012

If I could make every employee in every company read this book, and every firm implement Susan Klopfer's recommendations, I would. That's how important this work is.

Klopfer shows why diversity is more than just following EEO and affirmative action laws and having a GLBT, Latino or Asian Employees' Association. Diversity also means that all employees are treated with respect and there is no workplace bullying.

Klopfer provides ways to examine whether a firm is managing diversity on more than the aforementioned superficial level, She also has an excellent appendix with more than just definitions of terms. For example, the entry on Islam talks about the history of the religion, the various sects and their beliefs and so on. There is some outstanding research in this book about issues ranging from mental illness and physical disability accommodations to ageism and a whole lot more.

Having worked at a place that believed diversity was limited to ethnicity or sexual orientation and no other co-culture, I can say from first-hand experience that a book like this is needed and should be welcomed by all companies who want to do more than pay lip service to its concepts.
(reviewed 10 months after purchase)
Christian author Eliza Earsman reviewed on June 14, 2011
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Well-known workshop host, author, and speaker Susan Klopfer offers this interesting and informative book as an extension of her experience and abilities.

Her presentation of the impact of voluntarily managing and valuing diversity both in the workplace and in our lives has no connotations of negativity.

An interesting and worthwhile read.

A well deserved 5 STARS.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Patricia Fua reviewed on June 10, 2011

It just makes good sense!

Really glad I took the time to check out this book. As an educator I do feel responsible for teaching my students about diversity. This book offers great tools, from questionaires to an extensive glossary of terms. These are essential to creating a program at your place of work. I hope to provide a copy of this to every teacher who is involved with our program.

A good read, and an excellent tool for those who want to make things happen!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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