Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries

How much do the very definitions of inclusion vary from culture to culture? Are there gender differences in what makes employees feel included? What leadership behaviors can promote inclusion? And how much do these behaviors need to be adapted for different cultural contexts?

This study delves into the striking similarities across most countries in how employees characterize inclusion and the leadership behaviors that help to foster it. The countries studied are Australia, China (Shanghai), Germany, India, Mexico, and the United States.


Read the full report from Catalyst here.

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