“How Do I Lead Inclusively?”

Everyone performs (subtle) acts of exclusion, most often out of ignorance or unconscious bias. Here is how to handle it – and how you can prevent it.

If you want the best to work (and stay the best) in your organization, you should follow some rules of communication and appreciation. There are not many, so let leading experts and professionals explain how this works:

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Our getTogether with Michael Bungay Stanier also provides useful tips on how to deal progressively with your employees:

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