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The loudest duck

Laura A. Liswood

The loudest duck

moving beyond diversity while embracing differences to achieve success at work

by Laura A. Liswood

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Published by Wiley in Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diversity in the workplace,
  • Success in business

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLaura Liswood.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5549.5.M5 L57 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23575686M
    ISBN 109780470485842
    LC Control Number2009025211

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This book is clearly written, savvy, and wise." ―Joseph S. Nye Jr., University Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University; Author of The Powers to Lead "The Loudest Duck is a must read for managers and leaders of multinational corporations and international organizations.

It provides an insightful look and fresh approach to cultural and gender differences that must be better understood /5(66). "Iconoclastic and savvy, Laura Liswood's The Loudest Duck reminds us that not all diversities in the Ark are equal: Some in the Ark are louder and they get heard most.

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Laura Liswood's new book, The Loudest Duck, provides a needed connection between the growing fields of academic and management theory on diversity and thus provides access to understanding the meaning of sound research through clear writing and specific examples that bring the theory to life/5.

The Loudest Duck explores the dynamics of dominant groups and non-dominant groups in organizations and the subtle advantage that goes to those in the former category and the subtle disadvantage that accrues to those who don't look like the dominant : Laura Liswood. Watch The Loudest Duck Video: Recent Speaking Engagements Wellcome Trust, Sanger Institute Cambridge UK West Coast Board Chairs Palo Alto CA Food and Drug Administration.

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The Loudest Duck uses an entertaining story to share important lessons about why diversity efforts are bound to fail unless we really understand how we unconsciously respond to difference and how to move to beyond it.

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"The Loudest Duck is one of the clearest and most profoundly informative analyses of why, despite decades of effort and investment, most diversity initiatives fail to produce the promised benefits to organizations or their employees. This book goes beyond analysis and provides a new language of metaphor that captures the unexamined dynamics of /5(51).

The Loudest Duck by Laura Liswood is a book about miscommunications. It challenges what grandmothers are said to tell us. It challenges what grandmothers are said to tell us.

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Part 1 – Purpose Upon reading The Loudest Duck by Laura Liswood, it would seem that the purpose for writing this book is to give those who are responsible for ensuring and maintaining diversity within the workplace understand that it requires more than just hiring. John Wiley & Sons, - Business & Economics - pages 0 Reviews Written in an accessible style, The Loudest Duck is a business.

The Loudest Duck dives into the many aspects of diversity in the ever-expanding, increasingly global workplace. Through practical stories, cultural anecdotes and personal experiences, Laura Liswood explains how to ensure a fair and level playing field for anyone working his or her way up the ladder in this new corporate world order.

The Loudest Duck uses an entertaining story to share important lessons about why diversity efforts are bound to fail unless we really understand how we unconsciously respond to difference and how to move to beyond it.

© Laura A. Liswood (P) Audible, Inc. Liswood is the author of Serving Them Right (Harper Business ). Liswood's latest book, The Loudest Duck, is a business guide that explores workplace diversity and uses practical stories to offer an alternate, nuanced approach to diversity to create a truly effective workplace for all (Wiley & Sons, November ).Born: Laura Ann Liswood, March 8, (age.

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