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Become a genuinely inclusive leader

Michael Wolf

It’s not unusual for modern businesses to employ a multidisciplinary, multicultural mix of men and women of varying ages, but it takes a committed leader to truly embrace inclusiveness, write Juliet Bourke and Andrea Espedido for Harvard Business Review.

Consultants from Deloitte Australia, the authors conducted extensive surveys of employees and interviews with leaders to pinpoint traits and behaviours of the most demonstrably and convincingly inclusive, as well as those who missed the mark.

BENEFITS OF INCLUSIVITY

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Source Article: Why Inclusive Leaders Are Good for Organisations
Author(s): Juliet Bourke and Andrea Espedido