I want them to know that regardless of their minority differences and their personal situation, you can make a real difference by being the real you
PLANO, Texas (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
In “The Power of Being Yourself: Navigating the Corporate World When You Are a Minority” (published by iUniverse), author Steven W. Lyle’s new book, readers gain access to the advice and expertise of an executive with 30 years of experience. Lyle focuses on the positive aspects of diverse people, showing readers the uniqueness that diversity contributes to a workplace.
“The Power of Being Yourself” offers readers – including managers of people – methods and inspiration to embrace their full diversity, as well as the diversity of others. Lyle deploys a practical, no-nonsense approach to help minorities navigate the business world. In addition, he also focuses on guiding managers of multicultural teams or organizations toward fostering a positive, supportive environment in the workplace.
An excerpt from “The Power of Being Yourself”:
“Whether it’s being denied the right to serve your country or the right to equal pay for equal work, injustice is all around us. It’s hard to effect any change to the situation if you are not your whole self. If you are not fully present. What’s important here is to break the cycle of silence.”
“I want them to know that regardless of their minority differences and their personal situation, you can make a real difference by being the real you,” he says.
“The Power of Being Yourself”
By Steven W. Lyle
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 112 pages | ISBN 9781475976625
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 112 pages | ISBN 9781475976618
E-Book | 112 pages | ISBN 9781475976632
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Steven W. Lyle, a veteran and Bronze Star recipient, is the director of engineering workforce development and the chief diversity officer for Texas Instruments. He serves as a member of both the Engineering Industry Advisory Council and the School of Management Industry Advisory Board at the University of Texas, Dallas. Lyle is a former advisory council member to Catalyst, and he is active in the GLBT Leadership Education and Advocacy Program.
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