The best team is the one that balances experience and potential. Teams where professionals with different degrees of experience coexist create synergies and work dynamics that positively impact the company.
Senior professionals provide a high compromise level and a broad vision of the business.
It is important for companies committed to social responsibility to manage diversity properly.
Diversity in organisations needs a strategic vision.
Leaders must be able to lead diverse teams and generate collective intelligence.
Why do we talk about inclusive leadership?
Companies need to build teams that lead high added value projects.
These teams are increasingly diverse and their members need to assert their uniqueness.
Diversity is a challenge but also an opportunity that requires new skills.
Managing diversity requires knowing how to include different models to achieve unique and agreed objectives.
Inclusive leadership is no longer a personal choice.
The profile of the leaders.
Analysis of individual profiles (tests and interviews).
Analysis of the profile of the leaders in the group (training and assessment session)
Characteristics of an inclusive leader
Eagerness to learn.
Avoidance of unconscious biases.
Strength to deal with difficult situations.
Diversity of thought.
Analysis of biases and beliefs.
The programme includes
Individual work with leaders and profile analysis
Analysis of the company’s diversity policies
2 group sessions to develop the new skills
Development of an internal handbook on how to lead inclusively, which highlights specific behaviours
Design of informative material and protocols of action for the people in the company