What does that mean, exactly? It’s all about supporting your team and making employees feel valued for the unique talents and perspectives they bring to the table—without emphasizing their differences so much that they feel alienated. When employees feel included at work, they’re better team players and more likely to go above and beyond, suggesting new ideas and ways of getting work done—which can boost overall organizational performance.
How do you know if you’re an inclusive manager? Our report pinpoints four surprising leadership qualities that predict whether or not employees feel included. This quiz is intended as a thought starter in developing conversations around the development of Inclusive Leadership.