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Book Of The Week

Book of the Week – The Conscious Communicator: The Fine Art of Not Saying Stupid Sh*t

Are you ready to have real conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion? Want to create real change and support your employees? You don’t have to navigate this complex field by yourself—Kim Clark and Janet Stovall are ready to guide you. In “The Conscious Communicator: The Fine Art of Not Saying Stupid Sh*t,” they cover an essential communication strategy to encourage real inclusion rather than empty promises.

What is your book about?

This book helps organizations answer the why, what, when and how to communicate DEI and social justice subjects. In the book, Clark and Stovall introduce the DEPTH model, a framework and practical tool to help companies craft DEI and social justice and communications aligned with their mission, vision, and values—consistently, proactively, and in ways that are powerful rather than performative.

Topics include:

  • Diversity
  • Equity
  • Inclusion
  • Belonging
  • Allyship
  • Company communications
  • Social justice

Who is the book for?

“The Conscious Communicator” is for business owners, business leaders, communications professionals and in-house DEI leaders.

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Meet the co-author

Kim Clark has focused her career on messaging, audiences and how communications shape people’s experiences. Her career spans documentary filmmaking, agency partnerships with the Discovery Channel and leading global internal communication teams at KLA, PayPal, GoDaddy and GitHub. She is known for her ability to facilitate sensitive yet urgent conversations to make meaningful progress in creating inclusive workplaces. She speaks at conferences, runs custom workshops and consults with companies on all things diversity, equity and inclusion communications related. Clark lives in California with her two cats, two kids and one girlfriend.

About the author

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  • Just ordered! I admit, the title grabbed me right away. I’m an Executive Coach, focusing on stress management and burnout prevention by developing mental fitness. I anticipate this insightful read will provide valuable tools for my toolbox.

    • Thank you Lisa! Yes, there’s a direct connection on mental health and wellness with how an organization is handling and acting on DEI and social topics.

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