Kincannon & Reed: Inclusive Leadership: Three Actions for Successful Leaders

The growing interest in diversity expectations from employees, customers, and shareholders is well-founded: companies that prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) generate significantly more revenue from innovation than those with below-average diversity.

The case for inclusivity is formidable, but so is the challenge of getting started. The majority of diversity is under the surface, and unique differentiators like values, preferences, and background are harder to identify than gender, ethnicity or age. Understanding the needs of each team member requires a different mindset and approach.

In this article by Kincannon & Reed, they have identified the steps in three key areas that an inclusive leader must take to build a culture based on inclusion:

  1. Self-Reflection
  2. Building an Inclusive Team Culture
  3. Create an Inclusive Company Culture

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