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The only way to achieve the culture you want is through sustaining the changes you make. As an organization striving to create an open, team-oriented, positive environment that enables everyone to grow and learn from each other both professionally and personally, it's essential to embed and align your organization around practices that support inclusion and strengthen culture.

Our approach doesn't put different types of organizational culture into a box or category. Instead, we study the positive aspects of your current culture and what outcomes you want in order to discover opportunity areas and develop your ideal future state.

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Two times the likelihood to meet or exceed financial targets, in companies that foster an inclusive culture. (Deloitte)

Expanding diversity in leadership requires planning, dedication, and a commitment to ongoing staff development. Building an inclusive workplace culture takes more than hiring diverse talent for entry and mid-level positions.

According to a study by Deloitte, companies that focus on fostering an inclusive culture are twice as likely to meet or exceed financial targets, three times as likely to be high-performing, six times more likely to be innovative and agile, and eight times more likely to achieve better business outcomes. The study also found that organizations that embed diversity and inclusion into their overall business strategy outperform their peers by up to 30%.

For your business to benefit fully from workplace inclusivity – which may include improved revenues and increased innovation – it’s vital to prepare, develop, promote, and advance all of your leaders for key posts. Infuse your company's leadership with diverse voices.

Make it your priority to institutionalize inclusivity.

Embedding personal branding and inclusion in leadership practices is essential because it helps leaders effectively communicate their brand and value proposition to others, while also creating a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the organization. Help your leaders develop valuable skills that will help them excel in the workplace, with clients, and in the industry with leadership programs for business professionals who need to redefine their leadership brand and take their reputation to the next level.

LinkedIn reports that, on average, employees have ten times more followers than their company's social media accounts. Post Beyond also notes that employees receive eight times more engagement than content shared by brand channels. The bottom line is that we trust people more than we trust brands and engage with people more than brands. If you don't get your employees involved on social, you're absolutely losing out to companies that do.

Inclusive culture speaks to your company’s ability to create a collaborative, supportive environment that enables all employees to contribute and participate equally, thus leveraging the impact of this diverse workforce. Together, we’ll engage individuals from all parts of your business, using their unique insights to co-create a set of shared strategic goals to apply across all divisions.

Let's co-create a meaningful strategy for inclusive leadership and brand development.

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