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Inclusive Leadership and Building an Inclusive Culture

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Inclusive leadership promotes equality in the workplace, making it a priority in business decisions and relationships. As an inclusive leader, you lead by example and act thoughtfully in your actions to influence the mindset of others.

TMGB INNOVATIONS cultivates Inclusive Leadership in three steps.

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Exploring vision, values, goals and culture aspirations, Targets versus quotas


Exploring professional aspirations.

Role and Responsibilities: personal and external perception - ideas of leadership, how to drive things forward.

How is your value demonstrated/how do you demonstrate value and cultivate wellbeing.

Ideas of management, how to support and motivate staff. Legal responsibilities of employers.

Overcoming Challenge – Solution Focused Thinking.

Working Together


Board Diversity and Recruitment

Oversight of and accountability for Inclusion and Diversity.

Policy and practice - Outline of equalities and the purpose of an Action Plan.

Equal opportunities and removing barriers to inclusion.
Targets versus quotas.
Legal responsibilities of employers.
Inclusive workplace practices.
Removing bias from decision making.

Inclusive Leadership and Culture

Understanding bias: Cultural awareness - The Power of micro inequities 

The Discrimination trap - Recognising and understanding bias and its implications in a professional environment.
Identifying, Recognising and Removing bias from recruitment.

Well-being: The well-being of individuals in the workplace.

It is a crucial aspect of one’s life because we spend a vast quantity of our time at or thinking about work. A positive work environment sets the stage for well-being.

Definitions of an inclusive culture.

Defining Inclusive leadership and Inclusive workplace practices.

The tangible benefits of Equality, Inclusion and Diversity – Innovation and ROI.

Empathy, Acceptance, wellbeing and Championing EDI.

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to perceive, interpret, demonstrate, control, evaluate, and use emotions to communicate with and relate to others effectively and constructively.


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