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What is Inclusive Leadership

Internet of Behaviors Implementation in Organizational Contexts
the capacity to manage and lead a heterogeneous group of people efficiently, while respecting their uniqueness in an empathetic, bias-free way.
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Empowering Diversity: The Role of Leadership in Inclusion in the Organizational Context
Helena Cristina Roque (School of Business Administration, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Portugal) and Madalena Ramos (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-9039-6.ch009
Moments of crisis exacerbate social inequalities, highlighting the paramount importance of the debate on inclusion. The promotion of social inclusion can and should be pursued and implemented at various levels. In this sense, leadership can play a fundamental role in the inclusion of individuals in organizations and, consequently, in society. Inclusion in the workplace is about creating an environment where individuals from diverse backgrounds feel valued, respected, and have equal opportunities to contribute and succeed. Leaders have the power to shape the culture, policies, and practices that promote or hinder inclusion. This chapter will review the literature on inclusion based on the responsible leadership and inclusive leadership approaches, seeking to understand how these types of leadership can contribute with effective responses to inclusion in the work context. The chapter will end with a proposal of a set of practices that may be relevant for the inclusion of individuals in organizations.
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The Need of the Hour in the Corporate Sector: Inclusive Leadership
Inclusive leadership is a style of leadership that standards team adherents, calls varied perceptions, and generates an atmosphere where individuals feel their ideas and aids to progress the business’s well-being. In workplace culture, inclusive leadership is developing as a prevalent and essential form of business development.
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Inclusive Leadership and Innovative Work Behaviour: Empirical Evidence From the Indian Hospitality Industry
Inclusive leadership refers to the practice of cultivating an environment of respect, belonging, and fairness for all individuals in a given organization, regardless of their personal differences or backgrounds.
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Diversity and Employee Engagement in the 21st Century Organisation: A Focus on Inclusive Leadership
The kind of leader who commits to diversity, inclusion and equity and therefore seek to be accessible, available and willing to accept different perspectives from varied individuals without any discrimination.
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Preparing Managers to Lead for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
An approach to leadership that emphasizes responding to diverse scenarios with a nonjudgmental mind, humility, and awareness of both one’s own and others’ bias.
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The Role of Inclusiveness in Organizational Resilience: Overcoming Xenophobia With Inclusiveness
It rises on the basis of accepting and respecting the individual differences among employees, and involving them in the processes by establishing cooperation and effective communication with them. Inclusive leadership is successful in bringing the organization to desired results and making strategic decisions by overlapping common goals with differences. The inclusive leader is the assurance and insurance of all diversity working in the organisation.
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Managing Privilege as a Key to Inclusive Leadership
Leadership characterized by: 1) integrating diversity and inclusion into the business strategy; 2) fostering an inclusive and fair work environment; 3) building effective relationships across lines of difference; 4) attracting, coaching, sponsoring, and developing diverse talent; 5) managing inclusively; and 6) managing privilege.
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