Five steps to becoming an inclusive leader

According to a study by Korn Ferry, an organisation with a reputation for inclusiveness – ley by their leadership – becomes a talent magnet for diverse talent. So how can leaders become more inclusive in their approach and ways of working? Brad Jennings, a senior management consultant at Newton, shared his five steps.

Last summer catalysed a cultural shift in discussions around diversity. Protests in the streets and campaigns on social media built international awareness in a way that hasn’t been experienced for over a generation. A year on, and as we are set to return to our offices, much of those conversations are still very much centered around the issue of representation.

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