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What do super-chickens and teams have in common?

In large organisations or small, we cannot rely on a few ‘superstars’ to perform.  

The complexity of modern challenges requires that we critically need to harness the creativity and talent of our collective intelligence.  Indeed, in an evermore more complex and interdependent world, we also need to collaborate across, as well as within organisations.  

In the private sector, inclusion and gender, ethnic and cultural diversity has been consistently linked to higher growth and performance across multiple countries (McKinsey: Delivering through Diversity, 2017).  For actors working in the field of peace, security and sustainable development, understanding and engaging with different perspectives is arguably even more important for effective policy making. 

Leading Inclusive Teams has been designed specifically for managers who play an instrumental role in shaping organisational culture and enabling high performance of the team.  It enables you to learn and apply the skills and tools that are needed for the internal working of teams, as well as external:

  • Sharpen your perception of yourself, of others, and how assumptions, behaviours and biases impact on individuals and teams performance;
  • Build trust and respect, reduce polarisation and bias, lead through conflict, and generate genuine commitment for greater team performance;

Join the GCSP-CCL Leadership Alliance for our three-day course this April 16-18In the meantime, look out for our next post where we will share 10 principles to keep in mind to help you flip ‘diversity’ into ‘inclusiveness’. 

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