of leaders overestimate their inclusion efforts
of organizations say their inclusion strategy is ineffective
of Millennials and Generation Z say inclusion strategies influence who they want to work for
Research shows that leaders are the key to a successful inclusion strategy. But it’s not just leaders at the top who are responsible – it’s all leaders, from the front-line up.
Use our research, training, webinars, and leadership expertise to shape an inclusion strategy that reaches everyone in your organization.
See why diversity of thought is how we, as people development professionals and practitioners, can make inclusion work better.
Inclusive Leadership: Harnessing Diversity of ThoughtTrain leaders to be inclusive with this new course. Delivered by leadership experts, it’s completely virtual and covers:
- Inclusion: What’s the business case for being inclusive?
- 8 core competencies every leader needs
- How leaders can self-evaluate accurately
- Bias – how to recognize it and act to prevent it
Read our insightsSome fantastic resources written by our experts packed with facts, figures and shareable insights:
- What’s stopping leaders being inclusive?
- What are the best tools and training materials?
- How do you get buy in from senior management?
Hear what our experts sayOur Thought Leadership and Consultancy experts share their research and experience
- Nurturing diversity of thought through inclusive leadership
- Leadership’s perception gap: Research on diversity, inclusion and managers
Dive into our research
An in-depth 61 page report based on 251 people who completed an online survey. Any respondents who were themselves managers or leaders were also asked questions about their own inclusive leadership style