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The majority of women in the workforce feel excluded from decision making, do not feel comfortable expressing their opinions, and do not feel as though they can succeed. (Culture Amp)


In an analysis of 24,000 leadership assessments to find how many leaders today could be classified as inclusive leaders, barely 5% made the cut (Korn Ferry Research)


According to the 2018 CECP Report, inclusive organizations are 70% more likely than their peers to capture new markets. 


Inclusion dissolves fear within an organization (Cook Ross)


When compared with their peers, organizations that are truly diverse and inclusive are 19% more likely to see higher innovation revenue (Boston Consulting Group)

of employees believe that respect is the most essential factor for a culture of inclusion. 

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