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The reviews

‘Electrifying! Rigorously researched and densely argued, this book will challenge all of us. Essential reading for anyone who leads a company or public body’
Trevor Phillips
Chair, Equality & Human Rights Commission

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"Excellent, eloquent and thought provoking book"
Joan Myers.
Nursing Standard.

"Importantly this book provides constructive advice and tools to be applied to offset and/or eliminate bias"
NHS Inclusion News.

"Binna Kandola has achieved a remarkable thing with his new book. He has made diversity interesting again. He raises questions that others do not dare or think to ask. Business leaders should engage with his work. This is first-class analysis: thoughtful, smart, and humane."
Stefan Stern. Management writer. Financial Times

"Binna has definitely whet the appetite of our Sponsor Teams and Chairs to delve further into their conscious and unconscious bias around the areas of diversity in the recruitment and appointment process onto our Boards"
Genevieve Bradbury. Strategic HR, DEFRA

"This book should be mandated reading for senior management."
Tim Richardson
The Book of the month. The Grapevine.

"This book is excellent!"
Martin Filippedes. Group HR Director BBA Aviation Plc

"A great read and very thoughtful"
Alison Maitland
Independent review written for the International Women of Excellence online community.

"A must read for anyone who practises in the Equality and Diversity field"
Asif Yusuf

"A compelling argument for a re-think in how organisations approach diversity"
Rob Moss

"A fascinating and intensely satisfying book"
Eleanor Halsall, Smith Halsall
People Management / People Management Online.

Book details

Title: The Value of Difference: Eliminating bias
in organisations
Author: Binna Kandola
ISBN: 978-0-9562318-0-2
Language: English
First Published: 2009
Publisher: Pearn Kandola Publishing
Format: Print and eBook

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