Inclusion makes diversity work

To get the best from everyone, we need to include everyone.

 


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Quote marks The self-perception trap is one of the biggest challenges leaders face. Two-thirds of leaders are less inclusive than they think they are.


Dr Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson, Senior Consultant,
The Myers-Briggs Company


The Inclusion Delusion


Find out why leaders are not as inclusive as they think they are.

 


66%

of leaders overestimate their inclusion efforts

80%

of organizations say their inclusion strategy is ineffective

86%

of Millennials and Generation Z say inclusion strategies influence who they want to work for

Research shows


 

 

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.

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Inclusive Leadership: Harnessing Diversity of Thought 

Train 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

Learn more and book

 

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New to diversity and inclusion?

  • Diversity is difference, e.g., race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, and cultural background
  • Inclusion is the welcoming of difference. Inclusion puts diversity into practice
  • Diversity of thought looks at the different ways people approach life and work. Unlike diversity, which is usually visible, diversity of thought is hidden
  • Research shows that inclusive organizations perform better, make better decisions, and retain more employees
  • Without inclusion, diversity measures cannot work effectively
  • It’s a natural fit for people development professionals
  • Leaders need to learn how to be inclusive. It’s a competency and a skill that leaders don’t necessarily have