Thinking inclusively is at the top of the list of desirable mindsets. Leaders are increasingly aware of the fact that teams that include diverse perspectives are more engaged, productive and innovative. But what does it mean to have an inclusive mindset and what are the obstacles? Beyond thinking inclusively, what are the actions the best leaders take to demonstrate they have an attitude of inclusivity?
Research conducted by BlessingWhite, the leadership division of GP Strategies, has identified the key behaviors that let teams know their leader is acting inclusively. Our research also uncovered the obstacles to inclusive behaviors and what the payoff is for leaders when they get inclusion right. During this session, Leah Clark, Director of Strategy and Planning, share the results of our latest leadership development research on the leadership mindset of inclusivity. Pete Small, Inclusion Expert, arms you with the ways leaders can gain insight into their own inclusive behaviors and provide simple tools that can aid their intention and their actions
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