Think you have an inclusive culture? Your team might feel otherwise.
According to a study by Accenture, more than two thirds of leaders (68 percent) believe they create empowering and inclusive environments where team members can be themselves, raise concerns and innovate without fear. However, only one third (36 percent) of employees agree.
A GOOD IDEA: Growth Opportunities & Organizational Development are achieved through Inclusivity, Diversity, Engagement & Acceptance Not only is it the right thing to do, it makes good business sense! When leaders focus on creating and maintaining authentically inclusive cultures organizations grow twice as fast. Deloitte reports that inclusive workplaces are 6 times as likely to be innovative, and have 2.3 times the cash flow per employee over non-inclusive workplaces in a 3-year period.
Start by turning caring into doing.
Leaders who work to close the perception gap will realize substantial benefits to organization, team, stakeholders and customers. While leaders think culture is important, the majority are not prioritizing it. Only 21 percent identify culture as a top priority, and just 23 percent have set a related target or goal. Start by...
Recognizing the importance of a diverse organizational culture
Actively participating in identifying what needs to change
Make closing the perception gap as a measurable goal
Rewarding your people for building a more inclusive culture
Are you ready to bridge the culture gap in your organization?
To have employees who feel valued, innovative and empowered!
To develop a stronger and more authentic connection to your your market!
To be more innovative, sustainable and profitable!
To do the right thing by creating an environment of acceptance and true inclusivity!
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