Missing Evidence: The Gap Between Inclusive Leadership and Organisational Inclusion

You’ve heard of Inclusive Leadership and Organisational Inclusion.

Find out why there’s missing evidence that one leads to the other.

Here’s some key topics covered from this episode:

– The difference between Inclusive Leadership and Organisational Inclusion

– The missing model from Inclusive Leadership to Organisational Inclusion

– The evidence I have to support the relationship

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Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 

Inclusive Leadership involves empowerment, humility, courage and accountability

As far as I can see they then turned to a paper which linked altruistic leadership to inclusion, team citizenship and employee innovation.”

Organisational inclusion involves  equitable employment practices, integration of differences and Inclusion in decision-making

They said If a leader follows inclusive behavior it will lead to creation of an inclusive work environment.”

I think one leads to the other, but the paper couldn’t prove it

I think this model can work. I’ve got evidence myself that it does work.”

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Inclusive leadership: new age leadership to foster organizational inclusion

Element of Inclusion Youtube Channel

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