Five Things Inclusive Leaders Do Differently

Inclusion doesn’t just happen. Here’s what leaders can do.

A Diversity and Inclusion Special Report by The Times: Raconteur

Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is trending. Heads of talent recently surveyed by Gartner selected D&I as the CEO’s No. 1 talent priority right now. While culture is the most cited talent management issue on earnings calls with investors, mentions of D&I have risen by 17% since 2011 as executives increasingly recognize its close alignment with the overall success of a business.

Inclusion is a discrete piece of the culture and performance puzzle that not every organization tackles explicitly. And in the age of digitalization, when innovation and collaboration are paramount, a lack of inclusivity will directly hurt business performance.

Lauren Romansky, Managing Vice President,
Gartner Research & Advisory

Read the full article in Raconteur, The Times of London

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    Lauren Romansky

    Managing Vice President, Gartner Research & Advisory