5 Principles A Leader Should Follow To Create A Truly Inclusive Environment By Nabila Salem

There’s a reason that Diversity and Inclusion is such a hot-button issue for companies and corporations today. Firstly, from a moral and societal viewpoint, it is something that we owe each other, as we each deserve the same chance of happiness and success in life. Secondly, there’s the bottom-line perspective, the business case; which is becoming increasingly powerful. Today, companies are starting to realise one simple thing – diversity works. And the research is there to back this up, too. McKinsey’s latest ‘Diversity Wins’ report clearly demonstrates that gender diverse board are 25% more likely to outperform those with less diversity. If you look at the same report, companies in the higher quartile for ethnic and cultural diversity outperform those in the lowest quartile by a whopping 36%. That’s a lot of money left behind by companies who are unable, or unwilling, to change.  Nabila Salem is the President of…

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