Executive teams in the top quartile of ethnic diversity are 33% more likely to outperform their peers. However, to reap all the benefits of a diverse workforce, provide inclusion training so that all team members thrive thrive through authenticity.
Hiring talent from different racial, geographic, ethnic and religious backgrounds is becoming standard business practice. How do good leaders leverage these diverse perspectives in a way that is relevant and contemporary?
Leadership development is one of the biggest segments in the training market, which makes sense, considering that a pipeline of talented, skilled leaders can be one of the most important factors in an organization’s success.
Inclusive leadership is the modern capability that encourages a company’s growth and success. It’s not just a “soft,” nice-to-have quality; it’s a requirement for leaders who motivate, empower and inspire people and develop long-lasting...
What does it mean to lead inclusively? Although there is no standard recipe for inclusion – it inevitably varies by culture and individual – one thing is for sure: If inclusive leadership feels easy, you’re doing it wrong.