There is only one way of looking at things UNTIL Someone shows us How to look at them with DIFFERENT EYES – Pablo Picasso
Unless the business case for Inclusion initiatives is clear, understood and accepted by all in the organisation, chances of successful inclusion initiatives are close to nada. This is especially true if organisations are not able to grasp the fundamental social and moral imperatives.
Inclusion should not be a mere strategy to help people fit into an existing system, it should create a workspace that is conducive and productive for every member of the organization.
The Business Case for inclusion:
For organisations with complete clarity and integrity of intent InspireOne brings two distinct offerings under its Diversity and Inclusion initiative: