3 Types of Inclusion You Need to Understand

You can’t always tell what people mean when they talk about Inclusion, sometimes it gets mixed up with belonging and it can get really confusing

But I’m going to help you cut through the confusion

Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about 3 types of inclusion that you need to understand if you want to see change in your workplace

In today’s show we discuss several things including:

  • An introduction to the meaning of Inclusion
  • The relationship between Inclusion and performance
  • Distinguishing Belonging and Uniqueness from Inclusion and much more

Work Group Inclusion

“Work group inclusion is associated with positive outcomes like job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job performance, well-being. There’s a long list, you hear people throwing out random bits of research all the time but it’s not always put into context.”

Leader Inclusion

“Research suggests that inclusive leaders are important for facilitating performance in teams. Inclusive leaders enhance identification with the team which in turn improves team performance.”

Organisational Inclusion

“Perceived organisational inclusion refers to individual-level perceptions of an employee’s inclusion in the organization, this tends to be what people mean when they use the term inclusion generically”


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