How much do the very definitions of inclusion vary from culture to culture? Are there gender differences in what makes employees feel included? What leadership behaviours can promote inclusion? And how much do these behaviours need to be adapted for different cultural contexts?
Please join Rowan Arndt, Catalyst Australia Consultant, and host Herbert Smith Freehills as they discuss the most recent report Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries, delves into the striking similarities across most countries in how employees characterise inclusion and the leadership behaviours that help to foster it.
The findings in all six countries include:
The more included employees felt, the more innovative they reported being in their jobs.
The more included employees felt, the more they reported engaging in team citizenship behaviours
Perceiving similarities with coworkers engendered a feeling of belongingness while perceiving differences led to feelings of uniqueness.
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