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A conversation is one of the most powerful ways to build knowledge, awareness, and empathy, and ultimately effect change. 

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In this book, Robert Livingston has culled theory, data, and research from a range of scientific disciplines, including social psychology, behavioral economics, sociology, organizational behavior, political science, history, and evolutionary and molecular biology to address the fundamental question of how we can better name, understand, discuss, and resolve the problem of racism in society and the workplace.

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Breaking The Status Quo

First Break All the Rules asserts that the status quo is counter productive, and encourages management to adopt innovative approaches to employee engagement.

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