The book is the collation of presentations from an International Labour Organisation (ILO) conference held in 2019. It brings together perspectives on varying elements of diversity and the role it plays in the world of work for the future.
Neurodiversity at Work, written by Theo Smith and Amanda Kirby, aims to highlight how organisations can improve business outcomes, employee satisfaction and brand impact by recruiting, supporting, and valuing neurodiversity in the workplace.
People Power is very much a book that reflects its time; as its subtitle suggests, this really does feel like 'the era of safety and wellbeing'. In this respect, the author does a fine job of mapping out how the perceived momentousness of this historical milieu might play out in the real-life work environment.
This easy-to-read guide to unchaining your brain is short, concise and practices what it preaches. The book’s primary theme is simply focusing on one thing at a time, and as its theme, it’s a short, sharp and effortless read.
Sustainability, A Key Idea for Business and Society by Suzanne Benn, Melissa Edwards and Tim Williams comprises high level strategic discourse, examining research, management models for sustainability and sustainable development and their efficiency/effectiveness.