Inclusion in the Workplace
While diversity is essential to broadening cultural insight and increasing creativity, inclusion is crucial to engaging your employees and retaining diverse talent. The research is overwhelming, and virtually impossible to miss.
Diverse teams, and inclusive habits, are as close as you can get to a one-two punch of team performance and corporate responsibility. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we help workplaces implement actionable strategies and goals to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
What Is Inclusion in the Workplace?
At NLI, we define inclusion as the act of valuing someone’s input, idea, perspective, point of view, or contribution. It’s wanting to hear what someone has to say, and believing that it will add to the quality of the decision.