A lot has been written lately about diversity and inclusion in the workplace. What many leaders have discovered upon more in-depth inspection of their efforts in this area, is that they have a human resources program that is compliance-based, but doesn’t do a lot to help the organization develop a diverse and inclusive culture.
People Are Watching You
As a leader, the culture you have in your organization is highly dependent on the unspoken message people receive from you. Whether you know it or not, people are watching you all the time. It doesn’t matter what you say, it matters what you do. What are these people watching for? They are observing your actions, your reactions, and your behaviors.
Personal Values that Promote a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
As John Maxwell teaches in “The 5 Levels of Leadership,” your values drive your behavior. And since people are…
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