Transform Your Organization With Inclusive Leadership
Developing an organizational culture where every employee feels welcome and thrives professionally starts with inclusive leadership. Inclusive leaders work to address their own biases, identify bias in others, seek out new perspectives, and model curiosity and empathy for their colleagues.
True inclusivity goes beyond meeting a diversity hiring quota or providing casual support for building diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. To create a thriving workplace that attracts and retains top performers, leaders must commit to growing inclusivity over time, connecting people who bring different experiences and viewpoints, and owning their mistakes and biases with humility.
Regardless of their past experience, every leader has room to grow when it comes to inclusivity. FranklinCovey’s principle-based content, expert consultants, and innovative technology will equip your leaders with the mindset they need to personally model inclusivity and create an inclusive culture.
Key Inclusivity Skills for Leaders
Creating an inclusive work environment requires acknowledging and confronting bias, seeking out different perspectives, and creating safe spaces where everyone feels they belong.
Identifying BiasRecognizes when thoughts and situations are affected by bias
Reducing BiasMaintains fair practices around hiring, delegating, feedback, and other leadership tasks
Working Across Cultures & BackgroundsAdjusts team culture and dynamics to accommodate the backgrounds and preferences of everyone on the team
Fostering BelongingContributes to an inclusive and accepting environment for everyone on the team
6 Ways to Help Your Organization Be More Inclusive
Learn how to stand up to bias and create a welcoming and fair culture in your organization.
Understanding Bias to Unleash Potential
Explore the impact of bias on employee decisions and performance, and learn how to identify and address bias in the workplace.
The Power of the Journey
Lasting behavior change comes from the inside out. Who people are, and how they view the world, impacts how they engage and lead others. Our Impact Journeys combine our exclusive content, expert consultants, and powerful technology to help people change both their mindset and their behavior.
Explore a sample Impact Journey excerpt below.
Understanding Others with Empathy
The Hidden Story
How would you treat people differently if you could see their thoughts and understand their hidden stories?
Timing: 15 min
Unconscious Bias: Understanding Bias to Unleash Potential™
Unconscious biases are how our brains compensate for overload which can inhibit performance and lead to poor decision-making. Helping your leaders and team members address bias will let them thrive, increasing performance across your entire organization.
Timing: 1 day
Nine Ways to Embrace Diversity of Thought and Why You Should
Cultivating connections is about connecting with others and understanding their points of views. This helps you explore or even change your own points of view.
Timing: 10 min
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood®
Communication is the most important skill in life. You spend years learning how to read and write, and years learning how to speak. But what about listening? What training have you had that enables you to listen, so you really, deeply understand another person?
Timing: 30-60 min
05 10-Minute Action
Seek Feedback on How You Listen to Others
Instead of listening with the intent to understand, sometimes we listen with the intent to respond. Below is one suggestion to assist you in shifting your intent to understand versus respond.
Timing: 10 min