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Ally Up - The Book

The definitive guide to building more inclusive, innovative, and productive teams.

In 2020, companies are at a culture crossroad: get dragged under by sticking their collective heads in the sand, or take the right steps to weave diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives (DEI) into every layer of their business.

Companies can do better and know better by implementing allyship into their operations—from creating cultures and onboarding to team-building and benefits. Backed by multitudinous research studies and professional interviews and experience, this book teaches allyship and promotes inclusion at every step of the employee life cycle, including how to lead better with interviews from those doing the work in the tech, biotech, academy, and startup communities.

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What People Are Saying:

Ally Up begins with a crash course in everything you ever wanted or needed to know about diversity, equity, inclusion, and allyship. The book goes on to combine real world examples with implementable tactics for building more diverse and inclusive cultures at work and beyond. While the author tackles some heavy issues, she takes a gentle approach inviting her readers, wherever they currently are, to learn and grow.

David Shar, IlluminatePMC

This is the perfect book if you just want to roll up your sleeves and create an empowering culture in your organization. Ciruolo offers a no-nonsense approach where we’re all held accountable, but it’s not about guilt-trips and hand-wringing. It’s about pointing out what works and just doing it. It’s great that Ciruolo’s experience is mostly in tech, an industry that leads other industries and yet still struggles with these issues. If tech needs the help, we all need the help. If you want a brilliant, hilarious, compassionate consultant in your corner, grab this book.

Christina Frei, Founder, Innate Marketing Genius