3 Biggest Problems In Organisations Trying To Become More Inclusive

Can you tell me the 3 biggest problems for companies becoming more inclusive? 

Find out the three biggest problems that organisations experience when they try to become more inclusive.

Here are some key messages from this episode

  • Organisations must engage directly with people they want to include.
  • If organisations can’t address these problems they won’t have an inclusive culture.
  • So many organisations can’t make a business case for diversity and inclusion.

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode


“One of the biggest problems that organisations face is that they have a tough time directly engaging the people they want to include”


“One of the biggest problems that organisations face is creating a culture of inclusion”


“You would be surprised how many organisations do not have a compelling business case for diversity for their SPECIFIC organisation”

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