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Do You See What I See: A Diversity Tale for Retaining People of Color

3.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
"Do You See What I See?" offers leaders, managers, and human resource professionals a unique and practical resource for understanding the behavioral subtleties and nuances that affect the retention of people of color within organizations. Through the imaginative use of a fable, authors Janice Fenn and Chandra G. Irvin are able to show different points of view of leaders, m ...more
Hardcover, 133 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Pfeiffer & Company
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Madigan McGillicuddy
A bizarre business book in "fairy tale" format. The authors communicate very well the experiences and frustrations of people of color who find they are not moving forward in their careers due to "fit" problems, frequently due to management's unwillingness to examine their own prejudices or challenge their own comfort zone.
Dominique
Oct 20, 2008 Dominique rated it it was amazing
This book was excellent in explaining the experience of people of color in corporate America. But it also provides options for management to ensure that it is an enriched experience and not one from Hell.
Liz
Jun 10, 2012 Liz rated it liked it


There was helpful info but I thought the way the book was presented was distracting and unprofessional
Mollie
May 31, 2012 Mollie rated it really liked it
Pretty helpful without being too "over intelligent" as if that's even a phrase.
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