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The ABCD of inclusion: Leaders’ role in creating an accessible and sustainable workplace


Shilpa Sinha Harsh is the SVP – Global Corporate Communications, CSR and D&I at Hinduja Global Solutions.

Article originally published on Yourstory
By Shilpa Sinha Harsh

As the pandemic resets major work trends, here is a chance for leaders to acquire a few traits that can enable their organisations to holistically transform into a more inclusive workplace.

Today, we stand at a once-in-a-generation opportunity to restructure and rewrite the flow of our workplace to create a more lasting and inclusive environment than before. Inclusion should be the new DNA of the organisations with the readiness to make it a central part of the workplace.

However, orchestrating the revolution in this “new-normal” set-up needs the right structure and ownership support from leadership at the highest developmental stage.

An accessible, inclusive, and sustainable workplace is not designed overnight. Leaders form the foundation of this ecosystem, where an inclusive work culture recognises unique talents, traits, and the expertise of a differently-abled workforce.

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