PREVIEW OF make INCLUSIVE decsions
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that make inclusive decisions are very careful to never make decisions alone, in a vacuum, or in a silo. They believe they will always be better off when they have the opinion and perspectives of others to help them get a decision right. They aren’t afraid of surrounding themselves with people that are smarter than they are. They put their ego aside for the good of whole organization. They care are more about getting the decision right than being the one to get credit for it. They break down silos of teamwork, collaboration, and communication. Their inclusiveness in decision-making makes everyone around them better, not just the decision itself. ...
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