""Kaleel cared deeply about the unique combination of gifts and talents that each of us brings to the world. She felt that she had a mission, and feared what would be lost if we, as individuals and organizations, did not take on the sacred responsibility of being, and supporting others in being, the biggest circles possible. That's what makes this book so important."
Kaleel Jamison (19311985) was a pioneer in the field of applied behavioral sciences, focusing on strategic change methodology that used diversity as a catalyst for total organizational improvement. Her work in diversity continues through The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc., and the Kaleel Jamison Foundation, Inc.
Did not like it at all. May be it belongs to another era. I did not understand it, sorry.Published 3 months ago by Jorge Irula
It is excellent reference book for teachers. It can help to get across the idea of what bullying does to a child's self-image.Published 4 months ago by sr. Theresa Cappelli
Love this book. I wish some of the pages and quotes came in art print form so I could put them on the wall of my office!Published 5 months ago by drbutton
The concepts were simple, yet we often have a hard time applying them to our own lives. Don't allow others to hurt you in order to make themselves feel better. Read morePublished 5 months ago by P J LaRue
I wish hadn't spend money on this book. it is too simple and I think most people would already know this information.Published 15 months ago by Sylvia E Mendez-Morse
This book is an easy read and very useful information. I would recommend it to others to read. Good purchase.Published 17 months ago by Lisa
I heard this message at a meeting I went to and it was very powerful, plan on using it for my own meeting.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer