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A culture of inclusion starts at the top

March 13, 2015

Linkage consultants Charley Morrow and Abri Holden are dedicated to helping organizations be more inclusive. And they’ll be sharing some concrete techniques they’ve developed to help organizations Build and Measure a Culture of Inclusion at the Forum on Workplace Inclusion in Minneapolis, Minnesota, next week.

You’ll have to be in Minneapolis to learn firsthand all they know about this very important topic. But I can tell you that they’ve found that results-oriented leaders who value inclusion but also know how to engage and influence others are often the most inclusive, and needless to say, the most successful.

Inclusive leadership can be a complicated topic. But it’s also one of the most important leadership challenges of our time that’s too important to ignore anymore. The good news is anyone can learn to be more inclusive. So, if you’re looking for a competitive advantage and ways to improve your organization’s bottom line (who isn’t these days), take our inclusive leadership quiz to see how you stack up.


It’ll jump-start your journey toward becoming a more inclusive leader and might just help you get a leg up on the competition too.



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