Lead the Change Book

The Competitive Advantage of Diversity and Inclusion

The guidebook for any leader, in any sector, at any stage of their diversity and inclusion journey.

It’s not (just) a women’s issue.


By pursuing a culture shift toward gender diversity and inclusion, organizations get a leg up In an ever-competing global market.

Lead the Change: The Competitive Advantage of Gender Diversity and Inclusion engages leaders on compelling reasons why to target diversity and inclusion as a business imperative and how to go about it effectively.

Ally self reflection + development tools

Action planning + execution mapping

Improve workplace culture

Meet Kelly Cooper

Kelly Cooper, the Founder and President of CSI, is a transformative leader specializing in gender diversity and inclusion.

She helps organizations foster inclusivity through coaching, training, and gender gap audits. With 25 years of international experience, Cooper holds a Master’s degree in International Environment, Development and Policy and is certified in GBA+, EQ-i 2.0, and ProSci change management.

People are talking about CSI

“Diversity & Inclusion needs to be a strategic priority for any leader, and this book is a must-read for anyone wishing to leverage this competitive advantage.”
Virginie Hotte-Dupuis
Chef Communications Externes & Philanthropie, L’Oréal Canada
“If you fear failure, have concern that your team won’t buy in, or that your metrics won’t tell you the story you want, this book will alleviate those concerns and motivate you to take action.”
Derek Nighbor
President and Chief Executive Officer, Forest Products Association of Canada

Lead the Change

The competitive advantage of gender diversity and inclusion.

Order here today to receive an autographed copy.

Engage your organization to become an inclusive workplace culture

Along with the book, Centre for Social Intelligence offers coaching, consulting and online training to move you there efficiently and effectively.

Create team spirit with Lead the Change shirts

A portion of the funds will go toward the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women.