With The First-Time Manager: DEI, create a safe, inclusive, and productive space for your team. Alida Miranda-Wolff has worked with hundreds of organizations to help them create cultures of belonging and successful DEI initiatives, which means she knows the common pitfalls to avoid and action items required to make DEI work. Read her latest practical guide, to develop the mindset and actions required for new managers to build inclusive teams.
Learn to create the conditions for everyone to thrive at work through clear, actionable steps for you to build new diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) into your organization. By infusing equitable and inclusive values, experiences, and perspectives into your organizational culture, give your employees what they need to be their best selves and do their best work.
Filled with actionable advice Alida Miranda-Wolff learned through her own experiences both in organizations that didn’t invest in inclusion and as an expert consultant to 100+ companies in the years following, this roadmap helps Leaders:
Overcome any limiting work environment and build all new processes and communication priorities that allow your employees to be a part of something greater than themselves while your organization learns to value and embrace the unique experiences and perspective that each employee brings.
Alida Miranda-Wolff is a diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) practitioner committed to teaching love and cultivating belonging. She is an Amazon-bestselling author of two books with HarperCollins Leadership, Cultures of Belonging: Building Inclusive Organizations That Last (February 2022) and The First-Time Manager: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (May 2024). She is the founder and CEO of Ethos, a full-service DEIB and employee advocacy firm, which serves hundreds of clients across the world. She hosts Care Work with Alida Miranda-Wolff, a podcast about what it means to offer care for a living.
In 2021, Alida received The University of Chicago’s Early Career Achievement Award. She is a graduate of The University of Chicago and holds certificates from the School of the Art Institute (graphic design) and Georgetown University (DEI). She lives in Chicago with her partner, toddler, rabbits, and cats. When she’s not working, reading, writing, or parenting, Alida is wild gardening, interior designing, and falling down research rabbit holes.