Diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging are critically important for workforce development today. To be more effective, talent leaders have to actively work to influence these behaviors in the leadership bench and design them into an organization’s fabric. Fortunately, anyone can learn to be a more inclusive leader — if they’re willing to invest the time and focus it takes to build an inclusive mindset and the specialized skill and tool sets needed to nurture and support it.
In this webinar talent leaders will learn: how inclusive leaders think and perceive the world, how inclusive leadership is evolving, and what paradigm shifts need to happen internally to ensure that leaders consistently practice and prioritize inclusion. This is not a static concept. Talent leaders must remain abreast of changing definitions, strategies, and tactics to help build more inclusive leaders today and tomorrow.
- How can leaders instill inclusive leadership capabilities strategically and programmatically?
- What responsibilities do minorities — women and people of color — have when it comes to upgrading their leadership skills?
- What is compassionate leadership, how does it relate to inclusive leadership, and why should leaders sustain and nurture it?
Sr. Director, Behavioral Science
Kellye Whitney has more than 15 years of marketing and publishing experience with a focus on learning and development, talent management, and equity, diversity, and inclusion. As the head of content for Sounding Board, the award-winning editor and blogger uses deep industry experience and her skill as a storyteller to uncover and share strategies leaders can use to make the most of their talent and develop more effective leaders.