Myrna Marofsky

I was curious to see what new thinking there was on a subject I lived and breathed for 22 years—Diversity and Inclusion.  To my surprise, Filter Shift, by Sara Taylor, took on a refreshing perspective, giving the reader grace for being human.  Using a language that is easy to adapt and models that drive home concepts, Filter Shift provides a foundation for understanding how our filters impact our interactions, and thereby, our ability to perform and interact with others in a positive way.  Her examples are easily identifiable.  Her writing is down to earth, while allowing her expertise on the subject to come through.  I’m sad that we are still trying to understand our response to differences, but I found Sara’s book one that could trigger deep dialogues that, hopefully, will lead to greater understanding of the world we live in.

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