Human-Centred Leadership

Inclusive Leader

An effective 21st-century leader is one who not only ensures that the team gets the job done, but also that every team member feels included. What competencies do we need to develop to become an inclusive leader? What does an inclusive leader dare to do? At ETTA, we’ve been supporting leaders to build teams where people want to work for many years – check out what we can support you with

Who is this training for?

For leaders and managers who are inspired by the inclusive approach to leadership and want to develop skills needed to build inclusive teams.

Consult this training

    What you will learn in the virtual workshop:

    • what is inclusive Leadership and how it relates to coping with management challenges,
    • what are elements and good practices of inclusive Leadership,
    • what are the ways to develop soft skills that make an inclusive leader,
    • what Leadership style do you personally choose and what are the areas for potential refinement.

    Advantages of the virtual training
    • guarantee of interactive participation in training with the use of online engaging tools
    • half-day workshops allow flexible organization of the workday
    • relationships building with remote colleagues through joint participation in training
    • participation in the workshop from anywhere, all you need is access to a computer

    Virtual workshop program

    Module I

    Inclusive Leadership – the foundations

    • Inclusive leadership – what is it and why is it useful today?
    • Examples and good practices – how do inclusive leaders and their teams work?
    • An employee in an organization that promotes inclusive leadership – examples of effective organizations
    • Challenges – why isn’t everyone an inclusive leader? Personal, relational, and organizational factors
    • Six areas of inclusive leadership
    • Self-awareness – the foundation of leader development. Self-diagnosis of my leadership style
    • Awareness of my own limitations and difficulties – what are my biases? What stereotypes might I be following?
    • Leadership courage – what does it mean?

    Module II

    Inclusive leader in action

    • Leader’s courage – examples from the areas of humility, vulnerability, and showing the imperfect side
    • Modeling inclusive team behavior – simple but not always easy methods
    • Developing leadership curiosity – the soldier approach versus the scout approach
    • Sensitivity to diversity – areas where people may differ and experience rejection – what can we do about this as a leader?
    • Commitment and accountability – what helps build these attitudes in ourselves and our teams?
    • Leader’s Expose – a method for presenting our principles and developing accountability
    • Collaboration – how do we ensure that we include different people in the team? Inclusive communication in a hybrid team
    • Individual Action Plan – what will I do to develop as an inclusive leader?

    Project flow

    Diagnosis and prework
    • in-take interview with the project sponsor
    • diagnosis of participants’ needs (online questionnaire and calls)
    • prework for participants (material to watch, read or listen to)
    Virtual workshops
    • training divided into 2 workshops, 3,5 hours each
    • interactive working methods: discussions, chat, virtual board, questionnaires, videos, case studies, breakout rooms, external tools (Mentimeter, Miro, Funretro)
    • participants: up to 12 people
    Summary and follow up
    • training materials for participants
    • access to the ETTA knowledge base
    • follow up call with the project sponsor