Leaders who are inclusive seek feedback and are transparent in providing important information, while those who are less inclusive blame others and use "us versus them" terminology, writes Kim Brimhall, an assistant professor of social work who has studied inclusion. Inclusive leaders "treat each employee as a unique individual, recognize each person's strengths and value diverse perspectives," she writes.
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