Intentional Inclusivity at Your University: 3 Ways to Create Opportunity for Staff and Faculty

There are a host of benefits available to colleges and universities that choose to make inclusion part of their culture. Multifaceted, inclusive organizations are 35% more likely to outperform their competitors and 70% more likely to capture new markets. Inclusive teams are 87% better at making decisions, and inclusive leaders lead to 19% higher revenue.
These benefits grow exponentially when institutions develop diverse groups of individuals within them.

Leaders can create opportunities for all their people with an intentional, supportive approach to assessing and growing talent. Inclusive leaders build processes and look for opportunities to advance others. They build team connections that support engagement, productivity, and innovation.

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