3 Leadership techniques to promote curiosity and strengthen the relevance of your organization
As a leader, are you creating an environment where diverse perspectives are shared and heard?
While workforces are more diverse in appearance than ever these days (think culture, age, ethnicity, gender, race), many organizations are failing to acknowledge the potential of each employee’s unique way of thinking. Research comparing high-performing teams against lower-performing teams supports the view that people must feel included in order to speak up and fully contribute. By focusing on diversity of thought and ideas rather than on individual characteristics, leaders and organizations alike can organically encompass differences, leading to higher engagement, effective teamwork, and innovation.
Join Beth Wagner, Fierce Master Facilitator, as she explores why diversity of thought matters and introduces you to 3 leadership techniques you can start leveraging today to promote intellectual curiosity, enrich group identity, and strengthen the relevance of your organization through diversity of thought and inclusion.