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ACAD MANAG LEARN EDU December 2016 15:4 724-741;
published ahead of print September 22, 2016, doi:10.5465/amle.2015.0291
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We call on management educators to better equip current and future managers and leaders to understand the experiences of transgender employees and address their unique needs in the workplace. We first discuss insights about the transgender experience, based on concepts from gender and transgender scholarship, and provide a current transgender lexicon. Next, we discuss the issues and experiences faced daily by transgender people in organizations and society. Last, we discuss extant effective workplace practices regarding transgender inclusion to bring attention to what needs to be implemented in organizations. Through this essay, we encourage management educators to address transgender experiences in their classrooms so that current and future managers and leaders are able to address the needs of a gender-diverse workforce.
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