72% of employees would consider leaving an organisation for one they think is more inclusive, a recent Deloitte study finds, and 32% believe senior leadership has the greatest impact on inclusion in the workplace. So how do you ensure your leaders and workplace are more inclusive and attract / retain the right talent?
Diversity of markets, customers, ideas, and talent is driving the need for inclusion as a new leadership capability. In this session, we will explore why inclusive leadership is important, what inclusive leadership means in practice and what the key skills of inclusive leaders are, what companies are doing to promote inclusive culture and behaviours – looking at everything from self-awareness to successfully motivating and engaging diverse teams.
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JUMP, 3Plus International and Peoplesphere polled European based organisations in a range of sectors including: B2B, B2C, Telco, Tech and Banking & Finance, covering large multi-national and local organisations, in the public and private sector. Our goal was to find out what action these businesses were taking regarding diversity and inclusion, paying particular attention to gender balance.
Definitions, The Business Case, The role of unconscious bias, The notion of dominant culture, Key steps, Test yourself and your organisation. A brochure of 34 pages.
Our mission and our values are woven into everything we do. We are committed to building and sustaining a community where human differences are valued and celebrated, and where everyone feels welcome.
Here are 10 behaviours we’ve identified from our own journey that will help you create a more inclusive workplace.
Patrick Scharnitzky & Pete Stone (AFMD, 2019)
Deloitte Partner and Executive Coach, Karen Stein, provides practical insights for building inclusive leadership capability, drawing from her experience as the lead of Deloitte Australia’s female partner coaching program.
New research from the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative reveals how organizations need to adapt to attract and engage the evolving workforce.
Women’s underrepresentation in leadership roles in organisations has attracted a lot of attention in recent years. Much of this focus centres on how women need to change in order to fit into organisations.
Cloverpop today published research that reveals how inclusive decision making allows companies, especially tech companies, to use diversity to improve business performance. The study -- lauded by experts and executives -- was based on 566 business decisions...
What separates a great manager from a mediocre one? According to Catalyst’s global report, Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries, it’s the ability to lead with an inclusive mindset.
You can be inclusive every day! Start with these easy, practical,intentional actions that organizations, leaders, and teams can take today for a more inclusive workplace.
As if there aren't enough reasons for an organization to make diversity a priority, here's another one: Diversity, or a lack thereof, can impact the retention of your top talent.
Diversity of markets, customers, ideas, and talent is driving the need for inclusion as a new leadership capability. Here are six attributes of leaders who display the ability to not only embrace individual differences, but to potentially leverage them for competitive advantage.
Leaders have long recognized that a diverse workforce of women, people of color, and LGBT individuals confers a competitive edge in terms of selling products or services to diverse end users.
The ultimate guide for business leaders to attracting and inspiring diverse people.
Have you ever asked yourself what else you could do to motivate your team members?
Have you ever wished that your team could accomplish more in less time?
Have you ever longed for a more creative team?
Inclusion Around The Clock is a collective book written by Isabelle Pujol, Founder and Director of Pluribus, a global Diversity and Inclusion consultancy and 12 authors from the Pluribus network across many cultures.
In the rapidly changing business landscape, harnessing the
power of diversity and inclusion is essential for the very viability
and sustainability of every organization.