One of the biggest challenges for organizations over the past forty years has been integrating inclusiveness into practical day-to-day leadership. In the authors’ first book, The Inclusion Dividend, they made the case for inclusive leadership as a measurable asset to an organization; it shows up in the bottom line and in other measurable results. In SET for Inclusion, Donovan and Kaplan take that one step further by guiding leaders through the application of a framework to lead inclusively.

The authors discuss the current research on unconscious bias and insider-outsider dynamics and focus on how to translate that current research into best practice for leaders. SET for Inclusion follows the stories of three diverse characters in a large modern organization, a top executive, a middle manager, and an individual contributor. Each of these characters is working to make inclusiveness real, to provide tangible benefits for them as individuals and for the organization.

"SET for Inclusion provides a very realistic methodology for instilling diversity and inclusion concepts into everyday work life decisions. A must read for management strive to move beyond awareness."

− Lisa Barnum, Director, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity, the Aerospace Corporation

"Donovan and Kaplan have again produced a very practical and actionable plan for inclusion. SET for Inclusion provides a simplified approach that delivers high impact."

− Wema Hoover, Global Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Pfizer

"Whether you sit in the C-Suite, are in the world of middle management, or are an individual contributor, SET for Inclusion illustrates how easily you can own inclusion in your work space with simple and practical actions. A perfect companion to The Inclusion Dividend."

− Amy Goldstein, Senior Director, J. Crew