Inclusion: how leaders affect the mental health of their people

An inclusive leader can bolster the mental health of their workforce but, for many of us, unconscious bias could be holding us back.

If you’re a leader, like I was for many years, you’ll be knowingly or unknowingly – depending on how self-aware you are – impacting the mental health of your people, either positively or negatively, every single day you go to work.

Whether it’s the decisions you make, the words you say and how you say them, or the non-verbal cues you display, please know that you’ve made one of your team feel a certain way today.

Too often it’s the wrong type of leadership behaviours that cause or exacerbate mental health issues.

In an organisation that champions inclusion, an inclusive leader can bolster the mental health of their workforce.

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