“Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.” — Malcolm Forbes


“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities” – Stephen R. Covey

Helpful resources

We have put together a range of resources for you.  They cover books, websites and videos.  We’ve provided you with a mixture of materials to broaden our conversation.

We hope you find these resources helpful.  But we also encourage you to share resources that you think our colleagues would be interested in.

Case studies

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PPMA Conference and Events materials

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These are some of our favourite books on developing our organisations.

  • June Sarpong, Diversify: An award-winning guide to why inclusion is better for everyone, HQ ISBN 978-0008242084
  • Stephen Frost, The Inclusion Imperative: How Real Inclusion Creates Better Business and Builds Better Societies: Courage, Creativity and Talent, Kogan Page ISBN 978-0749471293
  • Steve Robbins, What If?: Short Stories to Spark Inclusion and Diversity Dialogue – 10th Anniversary Edition, Nicholas Brealey Publishing ISBN 978-1473690547
  • Stuart Hearn, Embedding the culture of Meaningful Conversations (eBook)
  • Trevor Philips, Race and Faith: The Deafening Silence, Civitas, ISBN 978-1906837792

Video resources

We have  put together some useful videos for you.

Want to find out more?

Please contact me on [email protected]. I strongly encourage you to get involved in this and all of our themes.

How to Get Involved …

I encourage as many people as possible to join our Let’s Talk: Developing our Organisations conversations.  We have a great opportunity to shape this theme and collect resources and best practice that we can all benefit from.

So please do get in touch with me, Fiona McAdoo on [email protected]. I look forward to talking with you very soon.

In the meantime, I hope you find the materials on the Let’s Talk: Developing our Organisation pages interesting.  Let me know what you think.