Leading Inclusively: Four Leader Capabilities to Break Through the Illusion of Inclusion

Leaders often assume that having the best of intentions will translate into inclusion within and for their team. It will not.

Our research demonstrates good intentions alone are not enough to create favorable employee experiences and foster inclusion. To lead inclusively, you must act with intentionality, practice cultural agility, demonstrate openness to change and exemplify adaptability. This infographic provides information and actionable advice on building the core capabilities you need to become a more inclusive leader.



Director Leadership Assessment & Development
Director Research & Insights



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