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Think long-term on diversity

Think long-term on diversity

Leaders can only create a culture of belonging for their employees when they have a diverse leadership team.

Employees can’t thrive if they feel like they don’t belong. Employees need a comfortable climate, a network, and the knowledge that the leadership team is a destination for everyone. A company cannot feel like an exclusive club for only insiders.

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Commit to mentorship mediums

Commit to mentorship mediums

Mentor relationships support developing talent and inspire quality performance while providing a structured path for development. That means providing a safe place for exploration, experimentation, and risk. Development is best accomplished within a supportive community.

Having no oppo...

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Build hubs for networking

Build hubs for networking

In a remote environment, there are fewer opportunities to meet colleagues in person and to expand one’s network at conferences and industry events. '

One of the most fundamental ways to build these muscles is to practice. To foster this, give your team internal networking opportunities...

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Make your workplace a learning community

Make your workplace a learning community

People need space to learn, absorb, and take charge of their career and individual development. Providing this seeds a deeper sense of professional self-awareness, a better understanding of role responsibilities, and a basis for personalized goal-setting.

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"The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.”- John Maxwell

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