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At the heart of inclusive leadership is building a culture of trust. Inclusive leadership enables greater collaboration as it starts with the assumption of trust. It builds a culture where every employee feels that we are all in this together, as allies, and that we all make a significant contribution, regardless of hierarchies.

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    Diversity Without Inclusion – It Just Doesn’t Work!

    Much like fish and chips, macaroni and cheese or bread and butter; there are some things that are much better when they’re together! Diversity and inclusion is one of those things. By themselves they are good, but together they are great. Many organisations make efforts to promote diversity throughout the workplace, but they often come up short – leaving employees disengaged, unproductive and at a high-risk of moving on. This is what happens when you have diversity without inclusion. This issue was raised recently on Q&A, where an audience member asked this question: “there has been some talk recently about targets for female politicians, particularly in the Liberal Party. What's next: you will have targets for black people, targets for gay people, targets for disabled people?” Instead of looking at diversity as an opportunity to fill quotas or targets, organisations need to look at how they can create an inclusive culture that will provide opportunity for women and other under-represented groups to put their hand up and progress within a company. This is how you will begin to see your diversity efforts really make progress. If ...

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