Many organizations say they are committed to diversity and equity, with good reason; more diverse companies tend to perform better. However, unless employees feel included, respected and valued for who they are, any diversity initiative is likely to fail. Managers and leaders have a key role in fostering inclusion, but may lack the motivation or knowledge to do so effectively. In this session John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership at The Myers-Briggs Company, will show how individuals can build a more inclusive leadership style, and how this can encourage diversity of thought and thereby build organizational performance. Drawing on international research, participants will be able to evaluate aspects of their own inclusive leadership style and identify possible strengths and development areas.