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  • Writer's picturePatty Beach

Inclusivity and Belonging in Leadership

Most leaders want to be inclusive. We know that having a diverse team brings about creative solutions. We want to shift old ways of leading and be more collaborative and co-creative. We want our perspectives to shift, to see from another’s point of view. We want to grow and evolve as a business and as a team.

We even have a strong and clear intuition and instinct to bring all voices into the room to ensure the best outcome, to ensure we represent our global population, to ensure that we retain our best employees.

What stops us?

Most leaders just don’t know how and don’t know where to start.

How do we bring all voices into the room?

How do we create psychological safety?

How do we increase employee engagement and build a diverse and inclusive team?

How do we lead inclusively?

By using The Art of Alignment as a framework it provides the specific roadmap to inclusive leadership.

It is a simple process that produces the same outcome every single time.

It is the code for people skills. It is the process that cultivates psychological safety.

It builds a model of leadership where co-creation leads to co-ownership.

It reduces the potential for bad decisions because clarifications and concerns are probed ahead of time.

And ensures that when a decision is made, everyone is behind it and on fire to deliver.

If you are facing any challenges in your sincere attempts to build a diverse and inclusive leadership structure, we would love to hear from you.

Schedule a free strategy session with one of my team to create a diversity action plan.


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