To make inclusion a cultural reality, organizations must examine how diversity and leadership can and should work together.
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Defining Diversity and Leadership
Connecting Leadership with Diversity
Expectations of a Leader’s Stakeholders
Applying Accountability Frameworks to Drive Business Results
The more diverse the world becomes, the greater the responsibility to— and expectation of—the people and systems connected to it.
Hazards of Implementation
Applying Inclusive Responsive Accountability
A Clarion Call
LEADER & STAKEHOLDER
Introspection and self-reflection of thoughts, emotions, behaviors and actions
Adaptability, agility and flexibility to embrace change
Acceptance of others’ differences and uniqueness
Willingness to design, build and execute strategies, systems, and sustainable policies, processes, and practices that cultivate diversity, inclusion, equality, full and fair opportunity for all stakeholders
Preparedness to mitigate and/or eliminate opportunities for daily bias, exclusion, discrimination, harassment and disenfranchisement from stakeholder experiences
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