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CONSCIOUS CHANGE

How to Navigate Differences and Foster Inclusion in Everyday Relationships
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CONSCIOUS CHANGE

How to Navigate Differences and Foster Inclusion in Everyday Relationships
Coming summer 2024! Available for preorder:
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Discover how to overcome difficult and emotionally draining challenges within multicultural and diverse environments using the Conscious Change framework.

In Conscious Change, nineteen authors describe how they've used Conscious Change principles and skills to achieve their goals and salvage relationships under threat in potentially polarizing situations. Despite their challenges, each author emerged with strategies to develop as a leader, create stronger relationships, and foster equity and inclusion in work and community settings.

Illuminating and instructive, these practical case studies are vivid illustrations of the skills today's leaders need in their multicultural organizations and settings, where issues of diversity, inclusion, and fairness to all are – and will increasingly be – front and center.
The book comes at a time when our nation is in great need to learn how to work and live together beyond conflict and polarization.
Darya Funches, MPA, EdD. Author; Founder, REAP Unlimited & Sow REAP Futures; Recipient of Lifetime AchievementAwards—OD Network & Gestalt OSD Center
At last, a practical way into and through the perceived differences between humans that can trip us up and make us falter, harbor resentment, and even disconnect.
Patti Digh, founder of Hard Conversations and Dialogues on Race; author of The Global Diversity Desk Reference and seven other books
The stories in Conscious Change provide powerful and honest looks at people coping with differences and conflict and acknowledge the hard work that comes with personal change and reflection.
Abby Baker, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Rinchem

About the authors

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Jean Kantambu Latting
DrPH, LMSW-IPR
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President and founder of Leading Consciously and Professor Emerita at the University of Houston. As a consultant, researcher, and educator, Jean focuses on leadership in multicultural organizations. She co-authored Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change.
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V. Jean Ramsey
PhD
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Professor of Management at Texas Southern University, an historically Black university, for nineteen years, retiring in 2009. She has published three previous books: Reframing Change (Praeger), Teaching Diversity (Jossey Bass), and Preparing Professional Women for the Future (Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan).

About the authors

Jean Latting profile picture
©Ken Jones Photography
Jean Kantambu Latting
DrPH, LMSW-IPR
President and founder of Leading Consciously and Professor Emerita at the University of Houston. As a consultant, researcher, and educator, Jean focuses on leadership in multicultural organizations. She co-authored Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change.
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©Crystal Tompkins Photography
V. Jean Ramsey
PhD
Professor of Management at Texas Southern University, an historically Black university, for nineteen years, retiring in2009. She has published three previous books: Reframing Change (Praeger), Teaching Diversity (Jossey Bass), and Preparing Professional Women for the Future (Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan).

About the co-authors

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Stephanie Foy
LMSW
Senior partner with Leading Consciously and contributes to curriculum development and practice implementation related to the principles and skills of Conscious Change. Her master's study and current consultation practice focus on leadership, well-being, and organizational change.
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Amy Hageman
MSPOD
Junior associate with Leading Consciously. In that role, she facilitates training, creates coursework, and coaches participants through their learning goals. Amy graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2014 with a Master of Positive Organizational Development.

About the co-authors

Stephanie Foy profile picture
Stephanie Foy
LMSW
Senior partner with Leading Consciously and contributes to curriculum development and practice implementation related to the principles and skills of Conscious Change. Her master's study and current consultation practice focus on leadership, well-being, and organizational change.
Amy Foy Hageman profile picture
Amy Foy Hageman
MSPOD
Junior associate with Leading Consciously. In that role, she facilitates training, creates coursework, and coaches participants through their learning goals. Amy graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2014 with a Master of Positive Organizational Development.

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