3 Reasons You Are the Inclusion Thought Leader Your Workplace Needs

Your workplace needs an Inclusion Thought Leader

Find out why you I think it should be you

Here’s some key topics covered from this episode:

Why the bar to thought leadership is so low

Why your colleagues will be happy for you to do it

How I have done this myself

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Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 

Thought leadership involves useful thoughts and sharing them. 

“The leaders I know  making progress with Inclusion in their workplace are curators”

People are begging to be led by someone who has their best interests at heart  

People want to hear this stuff from someone they trust.”

You’re in a great position to be that person

“You don’t need to be a subject matter expert. But you do need an answer to that question.”

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