Inclusive leadership training
Inclusive leaders drives innovation and growth
Many leaders are aware of the value of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in their organisation, but there is often a gap between awareness and action.
While the importance of having inclusive leadership is apparent, we still see organisations struggling to define what that looks like in actuality.
Inclusive leadership is a competetive advantage
At Skillhus we believe that inclusive leadership fosters:
This interactive virtual workshop is designed to support your leadership team as they observe and identify workplace behaviors, while encouraging a culture of inclusion in their team and organisation.
Inclusive leadership programs by Skillhus
We use the latest research by Deloitte and base our leadership training on the six core traits of Inclusive leaders:
Inclusive leaders need to be invested in diversity both from a commercial perspective (ie agree that diversity pays off) and further from an emotional perspective (it must resonate with your personal values)
Being able to give honest and direct feedback, dare to stand in difficult and sometimes frightening and unpleasant situations, show humility by both daring to make mistakes and admit mistakes
Skilled inclusive leaders are conscious of their own unconscious prejudices and blind zones both on a personal but also organizational level. At the individual level, inclusive leaders are very self-aware and work actively with their own personal development.
Inclusive leaders focus on having an open mind and genuine desire to understand how others see and experience the world. They are open to input, ideas and perspectives that are different from their own.
Cultural intelligence is about developing a sensitivity and attention to understanding the logic behind different cultures and also understanding when to adjust your own communication or approach towards other cultures.
Inclusive leaders have the ability to build a common identity and a strong inclusive culture based on psychological safety. They have a strong focus on their resources and take a strength-based approach to developing their employees.
Want to know more about how you can train your leadership team to be Inclusive Leaders?