INCLUSION ON PURPOSE
An Intersectional Approach to Creating a
Culture of Belonging at Work
An Amazon Bestseller
#1 in Women & Business
#1 in Workplace Culture
"A Transformative Book”
— Dr. Brené Brown
"Inclusion is leadership."
Ruchika Tulshyan is the founder of Candour, an inclusion strategy practice.
Her second book Inclusion on Purpose (MIT Press) is available now.
She is a keynote speaker who has addressed audiences at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pixar, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, U.S. Congress and more. Inquire to book her here.
Ruchika writes regularly for the New York Times and Harvard Business Review on workplace inclusion and equity.
Ruchika co-wrote a paradigm-shifting article, Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome for Harvard Business Review, with Jodi-Ann Burey. The article has over a million views, has been translated into multiple languages and is one of HBR.org's top 100 most read articles in history, as well as the top 3 articles for the publication in 2021. Find it in "You, the Leader," a book published by Harvard Business Review Press. Best of all, people all over the world have said it helped change their relationship with the concept of imposter syndrome!
Ruchika is on the Thinkers50 Radar list, a 2022 LinkedIn Top Voice for Gender Equity to Follow and the 2022 recipient of the Jeanette Williams Award, in recognition of her leadership and impact in the Seattle area.
Agent: Maile Beal, ARC Literary Agency
Publicist: Nicholas DiSabatino, Global Publicity Manager, the MIT Press: ndisabat [at] mit [dot] edu
Speaking: Stern Speakers: Danny Stern: Danny [at] sternstrategy [dot] com
WHY INCLUSION ON PURPOSE
"As a Singaporean, I witnessed the power of diversity early in my life. This concept was reinforced from living in five countries by the age of 23. Creating environments where diverse ideas take flight isn't just my work, it's a way of life."
Ruchika on Brené Brown's
Dare to Lead Podcast
"If you come across Ruchika Tulshyan’s new book and find yourself dismissively thinking, 'Another DEI book?' you do so at your own peril—and privilege.
Inclusion on Purpose is a transformative book."