In the 5 years that Diversity in Tech first became a hot topic on the internet, there have been a growing number of studies and documentation showing that tech companies are not immune to the hard data that they produce.
It has become important to the discourse of societies to use data to document and hold companies accountable in terms of diversity, inclusion and equity within the industry.
Leaders who are influenced by their ethos and understand that diversity stimulates growth are more likely to promote their team and projects than leaders who act solely to reach targets.
Objectively, the ultimate goal of a leader is to move things forward through the effort of a group.
Four global mega-trends have been defined which are reshaping working environments and influencing business priorities:
- diversity of markets
- diversity of customers
- diversity of ideas
- diversity of talent
and Bernadette Dillon
‘s report is intended to stimulate leaders to consider how traditional notions of leadership must adapt to modern business landscapes.
Read the full report below, where the authors detail 6 traits and 15 elements that make up their inclusive leader model.