November 2nd 2017

Webinar: Creating a Truly Inclusive Culture

Having a diverse representation of talent in the organisation isn’t the goal. Instead, when diverse talent feels included, valued and a core part of the team without having to become like the ‘norm’, then organisations see substantive gains in creativity, engagement and productivity. But how can we create an inclusive culture that supports diversity and productivity?

This webinar distinguishes between inclusivity (culture and way of working) and diversity (counting numbers to assure representation), as well as exploring what inclusive business units, teams and organisations are doing that’s unique. We identified what leaders of inclusive cultures do to foster the right climate, and provided our listeners with tips and tools to help drive an inclusive culture in their organisation. Our panel included Dr Wanda Wallace, President and CEO of Leadership Forum, Inc., and senior HR professionals doing work in this area.

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