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Middle Managers: Engaging and Enrolling the Biggest Roadblock to Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity practitioners need to understand the position of middle managers, who are focused on preserving the status quo. The key to winning over middle managers is demonstrating that diversity and inclusion will contribute to goals. Getting middle managers on board is a change management process, and the five-phase process for getting middle managers effectively involved in the diversity process reflects that. Its steps include: influence, enroll, equip, monitor, and partner.

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