Three Requirements of a Diverse and Inclusive Culture — and Why They Matter for Your Organization

Gallup | 2018

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Ella Washington & Camille Patrick

Inclusiveness is a strategy for using each person’s unique and individual strengths to increase an organization’s productivity, profit and performance. Ask most executives to name their top five or 10 organizational priorities, and you’ll likely hear them mention creating inclusive cultures as part of their list. In fact, an increasing number of executives consider inclusion to be one of their organization’s most pressing aims.

According to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends survey, the proportion of executives who cite inclusion as a top priority rose 32% from 2014 to 2017.

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