"Leaders who can reframe look at the same thing from multiple perspectives - think better. They create a lucid portrait of what's going on around them and have a clear vision of what's needed to achieve desired results. Leaders can see and do more when they know how to negotiate four key areas of leadership terrain: structural, human resource, political, and symbolic." - Lee G. Bolman & Terrence E. Deal
Understanding your leadership orientation helps you become a more Unified Leaders, one that embraces and supports increased levels of diversity, inclusion, collaboration, and innovation because you are able to see and understand different perspectives.
To Speak Up for Inclusion, we need to speak about inclusion:
Inclusion Starts With I
CEO Champions For Change
Are you biased? I am, Kristen Pressner
Inclusion & Diversity - Open
Respect & Inclusion
Why Diversity & Inclusion matters to employees
That Little Voice
A Look at What Diversity Means at Starbucks
We selected this video as inspiration... Closing the gap might feel overwhelming, but it is possible!
It also highlights the importance of learning from failures.