The Inclusion Paradox

The Inclusion Paradox

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Tapia, Andrés T. Hewitt Associates, 2013 Audio summary available
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The Obama Era refers to a time period of changing cultural shifts and demographics which impact personal and global relationships. There are a number of challenges associated with this period that concern the economy, environment, and health care. The Inclusion Paradox by Andrés T. Tapia shows how people can face these challenges and come out stronger on the other side. The common misperception in this diversity challenge is that inclusion is about minimization of differences. The reality is that these differences are too ingrained in how people are defined. Therefore, a goal of sameness is not feasible or beneficial to anyone. Recognition of differences is valuable as people learn from one another and develop cultural competence.