Inclusive leaders recognize inclusion is more than a moral obligation; it’s a business imperative.
Based on our research, the most inclusive leaders have shared behaviors that guide their actions. As a result, their teams perform better and drive much higher profitability as compared to non-inclusive leaders. Those common behaviors fall into seven categories:
Leading Self and Others
What do inclusive leaders do? What specific actions do they take to demonstrate a commitment to inclusion?
Join Melissa Majors, CEO of Melissa Majors Consulting, for a “blame-free” examination of how to become a more inclusive leader. During this course, Melissa reveals best practices, research, tactics, and habits of the most inclusive leaders.
This discussion is for all leaders; leaders of self, people, initiatives, and organizations. After attending this program, participants will be able to:
- Identify and describe concepts such as intellectual humility,
tactical empathy, and intersectionality.
- Apply tactics and habits used by inclusive leaders.
- Unlock access to social posts, job aides, and toolkits to help
build inclusive habits.