It's been been a while, soon 2 years, since I was in Tanxania, where I met new cuture and very exciting, sometimes mysterious personalities. I also met myself and tested my own limits in my attempt to climb to the top of Kilimanjaro, 5896 masl.
I had prepared myself and have been training bith mentally and phisycally. Long story short, I did not make it to the top, I was short with a few hundred meters at the end.
My take from this amazing experience is, every challenge, regardless how big small it may be, require preparations, not only that, it also require discipline and patience.
You may possibly will identify yourself in some, if not all, of the four behaviors of inclusive leaders. As an employee you may have seen these behaviors at management level. I have tried to dig deep for the answer, "what does a leader do which make employees feel included?"
I have interviewed people from different industries, in different management positions. I also asked "the man in the mirror" to find the answer for this magical question.
I have come to an understanding and convinced that it's the inclusion at a workplace which helpds enterprises to be more profitable. When the [...]