Inclusive Leadership: From Silos to Safety
Are issues like these causing stress, conflict, confusion, time and money in the workplace?
- The sales managers are at ‘lunch meetings’ all the time, whereas we’re on site working. How does the sales team expect to make our deadline with that attitude?
- I believe in an open-door policy but Anil is in my office all the time and I’m struggling to complete my own work.
- Mary Ann’s negativity is decreasing morale. I’m worried it’s affecting our productivity. How should I approach this with her?
- Joe is highly respected by his crew yet working 15 hour days. Will he burn out eventually? I can’t afford to lose him
Why this topic?
Creating a great organization isn’t just about breaking down cultural barriers. It’s about building a workplace where everyone works towards a common purpose and feels included despite title, rank or position. Successful leaders understand people do not leave jobs. People leave people. Today’s successful leaders believe not only in investing in themselves, but encouraging others to grow, to learn and to develop in order to build inclusivity and trust, breakdown silos, foster employee engagement, encourage open lines of communication, promote creativity and create a healthy, happy and inspiring workplace.
- Breaking down silos: How to create respectful, communicative, inclusive and collaborative teams
- Delivering constructive, influential, inclusive and solution-based feedback
- Death by meeting: Five key steps to inclusive and effective meetings
- Inclusive personal and organizational purpose: How recognizing others’ contributions gives you a stronger sense of purpose
- Negative Nellie and Nasty Ned: How to actively listen, include and empathize to change negative behaviors at work
- The importance of stress management for leaders