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The Psychology of Ethnicity in Organisations

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Delving into the psychological experiences of ethnic identity in the workplace, editors Tinu Cornish and Thomas Calvard present a comprehensive, evidence-based analysis of the continued under-representation of Black Asian...

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Delving into the psychological experiences of ethnic identity in the workplace, editors Tinu Cornish and Thomas Calvard present a comprehensive, evidence-based analysis of the continued under-representation of Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals within the employment practices and management structures of UK companies. With contributions from a wide range of working professionals and academics, this book showcases a breadth of insightful case studies and considers the role of diversity in enhancing organisational performance, the effects of discrimination and bias in hiring practices, as well as methods for improving the experiences of BAME employees.

An invaluable guide to progressive organisational management and an essential  supplementary learning resource for those studying human resource management (HRM), organisational behaviour (OB), and psychology, as well as management and leadership courses and HR professionals desiring to make strategic hiring practices.

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  • Contains contributions from key scholars who are working professionals in the field, ensuring that a variety of views and topics are covered with sufficient clarity and depth
  • Individual chapters are located within the larger employment cycle, offering a holistic view of the subject and enabling readers to dip in to the sections that are most relevant at any given time
  • Anecdotes of BAME employees who have experienced ethnic-based discrimination and prejudice in the work place to help readers gain insight into the BAME perspective
  • Written in a style which is grounded in psychological evidence while drawing on organisational reality
  • Packed with a wealth of case studies and practical examples

Chapter One: Introduction (Tinu Cornish)
Chapter Two: Minority ethnic employees experiences in the workplace (Dr Etlyn J. Kenny)
Chapter Three: Recruitment, Selection and Unconscious Bias (Dr Pete Jones).- Chapter Four: Performance Appraisal (Dr Kathlyn Wilson).- Chapter Five: Leadership Development (Juliette Alban-Metcalfe).- Chapter Six: The Psychology of Positive Action: Getting it right for beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries (Dr Nic Hammarling).- Chapter Seven: Informal and Political Processes (Dr Madeleine Wyatt)
Chapter Eight: Managing Work Group Diversity (Dr Yves R. F. Guillaume)
Chapter Nine: Diversity Climates in Organisations (Dr Thomas Calvard)
Chapter Eleven: Driving Inclusion: A Change Agent’s Guide (Dr Doyin Atewologun & Tinu Cornish).- An evidence-based practice approach to diversity management (Professor Rob Briner).

This book is perfectly timed as talent and D&I leads continue to grapple with the challenge of attracting and developing BAME employees. These authors’ refreshing approach rightly points out that a diverse workforce is part of the solution. – Fleur Bothwick, OBE, Ernst & Young
A helpful insight into how ethnicity can impact the experience of BAME employees in the workplace - it’s worth reading. – Patrick Johnson, University of Manchester
This book is very welcome at a time when employers worldwide are focused on leveraging diversity. It is particularly useful for organizational agents seeking guidance on the stages necessary for meaningful cultural change. – Dr Alexandra Beauregard, Middlesex University Business School
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TINU CORNISH is a chartered psychologist with nearly thirty years' experience in the fields of diversity, leadership and team development. She is the founder and Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group, sponsored by the Division of Occupational Psychology (BPS).

TOM CALVARD is a lecturer in human resource management at the University of Edinburgh, UK. 

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TINU CORNISH is a chartered psychologist with nearly thirty years' experience in the fields of diversity, leadership and team development. She is the founder and Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group, sponsored by the Division of Occupational Psychology (BPS).

TOM CALVARD is a lecturer in human resource management at the University of Edinburgh, UK. 

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