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WOBI on Inclusive Leadership

with Francesca Gino
Understand the importance of creating diverse and inclusive work environments

Lead teams by creating spaces of psychological safety

How-to turn conflict situations into opportunities

Managers looking for practical approaches to encourage employee engagement

Leaders focused on engage employees in order to maximize their potential

Those wanting to learn about the latest trends in team management

Award-winning researcher and professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. Francesca Gino’s profound research focuses on why people make the decisions they do at work, and how leaders and employees have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. Gino advises firms and not-for-profit organizations in the area of negotiation, decision-making, and organizational behavior. Her book Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life was featured on Forbes’ list of top 10 creative leadership books and on INC.’s 10 most inspiring books.

SESSION 1: DIVERSITY VERSUS INCLUSION2 hours

01 WHY INCLUSION?

  • Why more diversity does not automatically result into more inclusive workplaces
  • Why the traditional approaches we use to raise inclusion (e.g., small initiatives, task force focused on the topic, more representation) may not lead, on their own, to truly inclusive workplaces
  • Growing awareness that inclusion is a learned behavior and an urgent, achievable goal
  • How to move from tolerating differences to cherishing them

02 KEY WAYS TO LEVERAGE DIVERSITY

  • Why more diverse teams and workplaces perform at higher levels only when they are psychologically safe
  • How leaders can create psychological safety in any environment
  • Why inclusion is easy to talk about but it is hard to create consistently
  • Exploring the link between inclusion and trust
  • How unconscious bias and the resulting behaviors (e.g., discrimination) make workplaces less inclusive

SESSION 2: LEADING DIFFERENCE2 hours

03 MANAGING CONFLICT EFFECTIVELY

  • Accepting that more diversity means more disagreement
  • Why conflicts are not as bad as we believe they are – but they are uncomfortable – especially when our beliefs and convictions are further apart
  • Using language in a way that helps us turn disagreement into productive conversations
  • Differente communication options that are appropriate for different moments

04 EMBEDDING INCLUSION IN TODAY’S WORKFORCE

  • Exploring the opportunities for inclusion that happen in every interaction
  • Using validation rather than negation to make people feel cherished for their differences in every interaction
  • Achieving inclusion together, through the sum of small actions by all
  • Why inclusion requires vulnerability: looking at ourselves and committing to a different future
Understand the importance of creating diverse and inclusive work environments

Lead teams by creating spaces of psychological safety

How-to turn conflict situations into opportunities

Managers looking for practical approaches to encourage employee engagement

Leaders focused on engage employees in order to maximize their potential

Those wanting to learn about the latest trends in team management

Award-winning researcher and professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. Francesca Gino’s profound research focuses on why people make the decisions they do at work, and how leaders and employees have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. Gino advises firms and not-for-profit organizations in the area of negotiation, decision-making, and organizational behavior. Her book Rebel Talent: Why it Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life was featured on Forbes’ list of top 10 creative leadership books and on INC.’s 10 most inspiring books.
SESSION 1: DIVERSITY VERSUS INCLUSION2 hours

01

WHY INCLUSION?

  • Why more diversity does not automatically result into more inclusive workplaces
  • Why the traditional approaches we use to raise inclusion (e.g., small initiatives, task force focused on the topic, more representation) may not lead, on their own, to truly inclusive workplaces
  • Growing awareness that inclusion is a learned behavior and an urgent, achievable goal
  • How to move from tolerating differences to cherishing them

02

KEY WAYS TO LEVERAGE DIVERSITY

  • Why more diverse teams and workplaces perform at higher levels only when they are psychologically safe
  • How leaders can create psychological safety in any environment
  • Why inclusion is easy to talk about but it is hard to create consistently
  • Exploring the link between inclusion and trust
  • How unconscious bias and the resulting behaviors (e.g., discrimination) make workplaces less inclusive
SESSION 2: LEADING DIFFERENCE 2 hours

03

MANAGING CONFLICT EFFECTIVELY

  • Accepting that more diversity means more disagreement
  • Why conflicts are not as bad as we believe they are – but they are uncomfortable – especially when our beliefs and convictions are further apart
  • Using language in a way that helps us turn disagreement into productive conversations
  • Differente communication options that are appropriate for different moments

04

EMBEDDING INCLUSION IN TODAY’S WORKFORCE

  • Exploring the opportunities for inclusion that happen in every interaction
  • Using validation rather than negation to make people feel cherished for their differences in every interaction
  • Achieving inclusion together, through the sum of small actions by all
  • Why inclusion requires vulnerability: looking at ourselves and committing to a different future

“Each time two people connect authentically at work, they create a bridge. Once a bridge is built, both people can reach out to others to develop more bridges, which serve as channels for collective action on equity”.

FRANCESCA GINO

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Written overview of key learnings from each session.
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