The correlation between inclusive environments and strategic success provides significant context and acts as a prelude to the examination of the organisation’s culture. This module explores the tensions between values that compete and contribute to creating inclusive organisational environments.
Deeper consideration of the values and how they each work to diminish or increase true inclusion, helps develop a thorough knowledge of the model and a common language around the topic.
This gives rise to an important discussion concerning the vital relationship between the development of inclusive practice and the co-creation of a culture that actively drives the strategy and in turn leads to the consideration of actions that will be necessary to drive the desired values and behaviours.
Participants will be able to:
- Argue the strategic merits of truly inclusive cultures and engage others in building inclusive climates.
- Utilise a research based model to periodically review the organisational culture and within the context of strategic objectives.
- Assess the contribution of inclusive practice to environmental and strategic success and to identify actions for further development.
- Apply the principles of competing values to the further development of inclusive cultures.
Who is this for?
Senior leadership teams and strategic events.
Other leadership groups, teams, off-sites and strategic events.