New Zealand’s existing and potential talent pool is diverse across many dimensions – a quality, research tells us, that provides organisations with strategic advantages. But a diverse workforce does not thrive without a culture of inclusion. When employees feel a sense of inclusion and belonging, they feel valued – safe to make their best contribution to the success of your organisation. This is the job of confident inclusive leaders: to build cultures of inclusion for high-performing and sustainable organisations.
Evidence tells us that workplace inclusion is more than just the right thing to do, it is a strategic imperative that increases operational performance. But that knowledge hasn’t always been widely accessible for New Zealand leaders and managers who are at the front line, responsible for implementing inclusive cultures for our diverse workforce. We are pleased to present a review of the best available evidence for the advantages of workplace diversity and inclusion.
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