Top / Senior/ Middle Management
Let’s get to the crux of it. People are different.
Some are cat lovers and some are dog lovers
Some love tea and other swear by their coffees
Some eat their chocolate bar one square at a time & others take a nice big bite.
A culture of Inclusion recognises respects & harnesses these differences as opportunity to enable performances to the next level.
What are the characteristics of an environment of inclusion?
Through our work in partnering Organisations in Creating Inclusive Environments, we believe that practices that foster Inclusion include:
Practicing Transparency & Trust
Creating Psychological safety through respect
Challenging non-inclusive behaviours
Willingness to reflect on and change conscious & unconscious barriers to inclusion
How do we make it happen?
Our interventions address two parts of the whole: Belief and Action.
The former seeds the foundation of an inclusive environment and the latter identifies clear strategies and action plans to make inclusion a reality.
Foundational elements of inclusion include:
Inclusive leadership: It all starts from the top
Evolving the business case for inclusion: Why is it important?
Cementing the value of inclusion by harnessing Diversity of all kinds (Generational, Gender, Cultural)
How to make a “Difference with Different”
Addressing the unconscious bias: Looking under the hood
Tools of inclusion: conversational turn taking & social sensitivity