The self-perception trap is one of the biggest challenges leaders face. Two-thirds of leaders are less inclusive than they think they are.

Dr Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson, Senior Consultant,
The Myers-Briggs Company


of leaders overestimate their inclusion efforts


of organizations say their inclusion strategy is ineffective


of Millennials and Generation Z say inclusion strategies influence who they want to work for

Inclusion makes diversity work

Research shows that leaders are the key to a successful inclusion strategy. But it’s not just leaders at the top who are responsible – it’s all leaders, from the front-line up.

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