High cultural intelligence in leaders is positively correlated with organisational performance and can help us tackle bias in recruitment, says Included’s Lydia Cronin
Business schools must prioritise inclusivity or face being left behind. Highlights from a session at the AMBA & BGA Business School Leaders Summit 2022
Inclusion for people with disabilities is often sidelined, but schools have a role in enhancing opportunities and changing perceptions, writes Nyenrode Business University’s Naomi Vervaart
The unique perspectives brought to organisations by international students and workers may be tolerated in the first instance, but there are often expectations that newcomers assimilate to presiding norms over time. UCL School of Management’s Felix Danbold outlines why business schools should be ready to anticipate and address tensions that may emerge
Reverse mentoring in traditionally male-dominated industries allows senior male staff to gain insights into the lives, challenges, pressures, and ambitions of younger women in the business, says Steve Butler, author of ‘Inclusive Culture’
Representatives of Imperial College Business School, Monash Business School and IE Business School discuss recent initiatives and programme offerings with diversity and inclusion at their heart
The opportunity to bring greater diversity and inclusion to business schools and, by extension, the business world, in a post-Covid-19 landscape
There are challenges concerning both minority and majority groups in the workplace that organisations must be aware of and act on, if diversity, equity and inclusion policies are to be effective, say UCL School of Management’s Clarissa Cortland and Felix Danbold
Developing reward and recognition systems for the diverse individuals that make up successful groups could boost access to fair credit, writes Eugenie Hunsicker
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