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Diversity and inclusion are both hot-button issues that frequently come up in conversation, especially among business leaders.

And although they are often used together, they don’t mean the same thing.

Diversity and inclusion are different, but both are vital to creating an effective and forward-thinking organization.

In the video below, I share the definition of diversity and inclusion and share why we need them both to work together.

Employees want to work for companies that are diverse and inclusive. Focusing on these issues can be a major boost to your organization. Diverse and inclusive teams are more productive and innovative, resolve conflict better, and represent a wider base of people with unique points of view.

Now more than ever, diversity and inclusion should be huge imperatives of your organization. It starts from the top with leaders who understand the difference between diversity and inclusion and work to make both a reality.

Companies can’t afford not to focus on diversity and inclusion. The two terms are different, but both are crucial to success. It’s time for leaders to step up and demand diversity and inclusion within their organizations.

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