One key to becoming an inclusive leader is to develop some basic skills that will prime you for turning diversity into a competitive advantage.
Most people think of leadership as a formal role that entails being in charge and having power over others, having a high professional status, and a successful career. This makes leadership rather exclusive, and by definition, there must be a small number of leaders relative to the much larger number of followers, subordinates, etc.
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