Inclusive Culture

'An inclusive culture is an organisational environment that allows people with different backgrounds, characteristics, and ways of thinking, to work effectively together and to perform to their highest potential. In an inclusive culture, people feel that their contribution is valued, and their voice is listened to and respected. We contrast diversity – which is often focused on increasing the numerical representation of minorities in the workforce – and inclusion – which is about creating an environment that values the different contributions that a diverse workforce can bring'. 'Creating an Inclusive Culture', Wanda Wallace and Gillian Pillans, Corporate Research Forum.

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